The air we breathe is vital to our health. However, while indoors we breathe air reported to be 2 to 5x more polluted than outdoor air by the EPA. The dust in your home is made up of pollen, plant and mold spores, pet dander, lint, bacteria and other contaminants. You can improve your air quality in your home and doing so will directly impact you and your family's well being
Microscopic air contaminants in your home can bypass the respiratory system's defense mechanisms—such as the nose, sinuses and windpipe—that are designed to filter them out. Health effects from breathing these particles can range from irritation of the eyes, respiratory issues, or more serious effects such as decreased lung function and respiratory diseases. They can also cause allergic reactions and infectious diseases.
One way to help lower the particle count in your home is to use high-efficiency home air filters in your home's heating, ventilation and air conditioning system, known as your HVAC.
Air Purifiers America recommends supplementing your HVAC system filter with a whole house air purifier for complete air purification that harnesses the power of HEPA style filter technology. An air purifier is also portable, allowing you to movie it around to target specific areas and providing you with more coverage than an HVAC filter alone. Combining high-quality HVAC filters with an air purifier creates a whole house air purifier solution for better air quality management inside your home.
We have countless customers who have seen significant improvements in their indoor air quality, many of whom immediately noticed a difference. Protect your home and family with an HVAC home air filter and a HEPA air purifier for the best defense against allergens, viruses and bacteria.