How Clean Is The Air In Your Home?
Think about it: pollen, fungi, bacteria, viruses, dust and mites are all uninvited, but quite frequent guests at most homes. And they’re not the only troublemakers. Many airborne contaminants come from our everyday conveniences and commonly used products. Tobacco, pet dander and smoke from cooking affect the indoor air quality. So do toxins emitted from air fresheners, carpets, glues, household cleaners, paints, varnishes, pressboard furniture … the list goes on and on. All of these elements can adversely affect indoor air quality.
There are four primary considerations to make that will help you enhance the air quality inside your home.
- Air Filtration
- Ultraviolet Air Purification
Each option provides specific benefits and Air Care Systems, Inc. offers a wide selection of exceptionally-engineered products.
Consult with one of our Comfort Consultants or N.A.T.E. Certified Technicians to determine which components or combination of components will best suit your indoor air quality needs.