What’s lurking inside your home? According to the EPA, quite a lot. The air you breathe inside your home can contain things like:
Considering most people spend 90 percent of their time indoors, where pollutants can be as much as five times greater than what you find outdoors, now’s the time to do something about it.
The benefits of good indoor air quality
We’ve learned a lot about indoor air quality these past few years. The air quality can control how healthy your family is, and how long sickness can linger.
Most indoor air quality problems stem from:
Poor air circulation
Pollutants and chemicals released by furnishings and cleaners
When you take control of these items, it starts improving your health immediately. Reducing allergens and contaminants means you’re no longer breathing them in. Eliminate odors and molds, and you can start breathing easier. You sleep better, and feel better. It’s a win/win!
If you currently have allergy symptoms, headaches, coughing and sneezing, fatigue, or upper respiratory congestion, and it doesn’t seem to go away, it could be your indoor air quality.
It might be time to consider an air filtration system.
Consider an air filtration system
Air filtration and purification systems work through a series of internal fans that pull indoor air through several filters to remove harmful airborne particulates. The smaller the mesh of the filter, the more they can trap. Once purified, the unit sends air back into the air supply, circulating throughout your home.
It’s a safe and cost-effective way to improve indoor air quality, and make the air you breathe safer and more comfortable for all.