According to the American Lung Association®, indoor air pollution poses a threat to respiratory health and everyone should consider doing what they can to improve the quality of indoor air.
In fact, indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental health risks. Pollutants that can affect air quality in a home include particulate matter such as dust, smoke, pollen, animal dander and organisms such as dust mites, molds, bacteria and viruses. Gaseous pollutants may come from gas stoves, vehicle exhaust, and tobacco smoke and from building materials such as adhesives, paints, varnishes, cleaning products, and pesticides.
Whole house air cleaners have been shown to minimize the ill effects of indoor air pollutants. Our technicians are experienced in air quality evaluation and they are prepared to help you assess your family's indoor air quality needs.
We'll help you select the model that's right for your home, then install and regulate your new air cleaner for maximum efficiency.