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Indoor Air Quality
Every home should have a central air filter, especially for those who suffer from asthma or allergies. EPA studies have shown that the indoor air quality of modern homes is often at least ten times worse than the outside air, even in the most livable cities.
How is this possible? There are many possible reasons for this, some of them only recently discovered. These include invisible assassins such as radon or CO2, and gas-emitting chemicals like formaldehyde that are used to make modern carpeting, drapery, and household cleaners. Common airborne pollutants include pollen, viruses, and dust mites, as well as damp areas where water can grow mold, mildew, and other microorganisms.
This problem can be attributed in large part to the way that modern homes were built. They are designed for energy efficiency and to be as airtight as possible. Modern homes trap stale, polluted air that is contaminated with chemicals, irritants, and odors. This can cause eye irritation, sinus congestion, and sneezing.
This issue is so serious that environmentalists invented a new term: IAQ, Indoor Air Quality. Homeowners today need to be more aware of IAQ’s importance and what they can do to improve it.
AIR CLEANERS – (MEDIA AIR CLEANERS, ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS & HEPA AIR CLEANER)
FACT: Indoor air pollution is a problem, especially in your home. Indoor air pollution has been identified by the EPA as one of five top environmental threats to public health. According to the EPA, indoor air pollution can be as high as one hundred times that of outdoor air. 100 times! You can’t treat the problem; you must address the root cause. An air cleaning system will clean every room in your house, from your bedroom to the basement.
What’s a Whole-Home Cleaner?
There are many options for air cleaners, including HEPA Air Cleaners, Electronic Air Cleaners, and Media Air Cleaners. The whole-home air cleaners clean your air by eliminating particulates. This is important for people with asthma or allergies. Your cooling contractor can install an Air Cleaner to clean your home of dust, mites, and pet dander. It also removes pollen, bacteria, viruses, and smoke.
What Does It Do?
The air cleaners are part of your central heating and cooling system. They are completely hidden from your view and inaccessible to you. This means that every time your cooling and heating system turns on, your home’s air is filtered through state-of-the-art media. It removes potentially harmful contaminants from every corner of your home.
The clean air is distributed through your cooling and heating system’s ductwork throughout your home. The best part is that the system requires very little maintenance compared to portable units, which require regular cleanings every 3 months or standard filters that must be cleaned every 3 months.
Your central heating and cooling system can be transformed into an entire-house air purifier!
Poor indoor air quality can lead to or contribute to chronic respiratory conditions such as asthma or hypersensitivity pneumonitis. It can also cause dry eyes, headaches, nausea, nasal congestion, fatigue, and dry eyes. People with respiratory conditions are more at risk.
Why is whole-house air purification necessary? Look at these:
- Every day, a person inhales more than 3,500 gallons. Children inhale more particles than adults or adolescents because they are smaller.
- 94% of all respiratory issues are caused by polluted air.
- About 1/3 of those diagnosed with asthma are children younger than 18.
- One ounce of dust can contain approximately 40,000 dust mites.
- A total of 10-15% of the population could be allergic to dog or cat dander.
- One person can shed up to 700,000.0 skin flakes each day.
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