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Common Indoor Air Quality Issues

Pet Dander

Cat and dog dander can cause sneezing and a runny nose. But did you know dogs and cats aren’t the only pets that create allergens? Learn More.

Pollen

Hay fever sufferers know that you can’t completely avoid pollen in the air. But there are simple things you can do to minimize it in your home. Learn More.

Allergies

We spend up to 90% of our time indoors. So, if you suffer from asthma or allergies, indoor air pollution may be causing the symptoms. Learn More.

Find The Right Home Air Purifier

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states that indoor air pollution is among our top five environmental health risks.

The EPA goes on to say that air cleaning devices may be the answer. But if you’ve done any research online, you’ve discovered many different kinds of air purifiers: portable, whole house, contractor installed HVAC systems and others.

If you’re confused about air purification products, you’re not alone. So what’s best for you and your family?

FIND THE RIGHT AIR PURIFIER

What is Indoor Air Quality?

Indoor air quality, or IAQ, is a term which refers to the quality of air inside your home or office. You can no longer assume that indoor air is safe, clean or healthy. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency reports that poor indoor air quality is one of the top five health risks in America and indoor air can be dramatically more polluted than outdoor air.

The American Lung Association recommends that the first line of defense against indoor air pollution is finding ways to keep the pollutants from being added to the air in the first place.

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"I could already see a difference in the mornings. I always wake up stopped up and I haven’t these past couple of days. We’re already beginning to see some improvements. I know that it’s going to improve our lives, that it’s going to improve the quality of air in our home, and that does make me feel very comforted."

— Andy and Willa Spivey, North Carolina