How important is indoor air quality?
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EPA estimates that the average person spends about 87% of their life indoors. EPA also estimates that indoor air could be up to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Standard air filters block dust and dirt particles from entering equipment, preventing catastrophic failure, and dirt build up from blower wheels, heat exchangers, as well as cooling coils. However, air purifiers, remove the bacteria and allergens from the air that the human body can be sensitive to. Here in Southern California, we strive for home comfort and a consolatory working environment. Air purifiers neutralize odors, bacteria, algae growth, smoke, dust and VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds) and that’s the blueprint for the ultimate quality of air in your home. Family members and loved ones sensitive to allergens, and suffer from asthma can benefit exceptionally. Upgrading your central air system with indoor air quality equipment can help benefit your family and pets today. Here is a list from the EPA of household products containing VOC’s, that can be harmful to you and your pets.
- Cleansers and disinfectants
- Dry-cleaned clothing pesticide
- Moth repellents and air fresheners
- Aerosol sprays
- Paints, paint strippers and other solvents
- Wood preservatives
- Stored fuels and automotive products
- Hobby supply’s