The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has stated that Indoor Air Quality is among the top five environmental health risks of our time. The harmful particles which include dust mites, pet dander, mold spores and pollen can provoke allergic reactions in many people. Some allergic reactions can be severe—such as asthma. Other reactions can be more subtle-runny nose, watery eyes, headaches, lethargy, even snoring.

Another concern to our health is Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) which are gases that are dispersed into the air from cleaning solutions, carpets, building materials, and chemicals found around the home. Formaldehyde is widely used and can cause itching of the eyes, ears and throat.

70% of Californians have some sort of respiratory problem!

Signs of Possible Indoor Air Quality Problems

Factors that Improve Indoor Air Quality

Control Humidity

Filter & Purify the Air

Refresh the Air through Ventilation