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Indoor Air Quality

The air in your home is probably much dirtier than the air outside, creating unnecessary health problems. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the typical home’s air is one of the top environmental hazards, containing:

  • Gaseous Pollutants from Cooking
  • Household Chemicals (VOC)
  • Mold Spores
  • Pollen
  • Dust Mites
  • Bacteria and Viruses
  • Pet Dander

The problem is Airborne Allergens get inhaled by the body, then the immune system will recognize them and cause an allergic reaction. This is even more of a problem for people with respiratory issues like Asthma.

Learn ways of reducing Allergens in your home by using quality Air Filtration, controlling Humidity Levels and Germ Elimination. Machines to achieve this are Air Purifiers, Air Conditioners, Carpet Cleaners, Dehumidifiers, Humidifiers & Steam Cleaners.

Benefits of Clean Air are reductions in AllergiesAsthmaSinus InfectionsRespiratory IllnessesCold & Flu Viruses which can all lead to more sick days from work, school, family & friends. A by-product of bad air is clogged sinuses which can affect sleeping, breathing, energy levels and overall quality of life.

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Allergens

Symptoms of Mold Allergy

If you have an allergy to mold, its presence in your home can make you feel miserable. More importantly, though, mold spores can impact your health negatively, making it difficult to enjoy the activities that you love to do. The symptoms triggered by...


Chemicals

Perfume

Ah, it smells so sweet, but the reality is that fragrant perfume you sprayed on this morning may have a more sinister side. Unfortunately, it’s not just fragrance that goes into that attractively decorated perfume bottle. There are a host of other chemicals that are enough to give... 


Gases

Carbon Monoxide

It builds up inside of your home or business without you being aware of it, putting your life at risk. Use the following safety tips to protect yourself against the dangers of carbon monoxide. An invisible gas that can kill, carbon monoxide is responsible for thousands of hospital visits and hundreds of deaths each year.


Smoke

Incense Smoke

What is it about incense smoke that could potentially make it so toxic? When incense is burned, the smoke given off contains polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, otherwise know as PAH’s. These are the same unhealthy substances that have been associated with an increased risk of lung cancer in coal miners



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HEPA Air Purifier

For people looking to improve the quality of the air within their home, using a HEPA air purifier is an excellent option. After all, dirty air can cause health issues for you, especially if you already have asthma or allergies. Available in portable and non-portable styles, HEPA air purifiers eliminate indoor air irritants, creating cleaner...



Gases

Radon Gas

You can't smell it or taste it, and you can't predict which type of home will have it. New or old homes, insulated or drafty, second floor or in the basement -- an astonishing 1 out of every 15 homes is affected. Radon is a known carcinogen. Studies show a definitive connection between radon exposure and lung cancer. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), radon is responsible for around 20,000 deaths in the United States each year.


Bacteria

Food-Borne Illness

There are an estimated 76 million cases of food borne illnesses reported each year, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. While that fact may not be surprising, the fact that most of these cases are caused by contaminated surfaces and the mishandling of food at home is.


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