Indoor Air Quality

Do you know what you are breathing?Indoor Air Quality

  • Every day you take about 22,000 breaths
  • Each breath contains any amount of:
    • Pollutant particles
    • Dust mites and their waste
    • Micro-organisms
    • Chemicals and off-gasses
    • Bacteria and mold

Sprays, candles, air fresheners that you use actually pollute your air even more.

In fact, there are so many pollutants in your air, you probably suffer from:

  • Burning, itching eyesAir Purification
  • Headaches and fatigue
  • Sneezing and coughing
  • Mucus filled sinuses and lungs
  • Allergy and asthma like symptoms

According to American Demographics:Air Purifiers for pollutants

  • Asthma is up 160% over 15 years
  • 1 out of 5 people suffer from either asthma or allergies

The Environmental Protection Agency states that, “indoor air pollution is one of the top five risks to your health”.

They know it’s a problem and recommend that you:Clean air quality

  • Ventilate your home
  • Eliminate the pollutants
  • Clean your air with an air purifier

That’s where we come in. We researched for over two years and found what we believe

is the best technology out on the market for the three major classes of air pollution:

CleanStation for dust and pollen

  • Particle pollutants including pollen, dust and pet dander
  • Gasses and chemicals called volatile organic compounds
  • Microorganisms and bioaerosols like bacteria, fungi, mold, and viruses

Check out the revolutionary CleanStation air purification system

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Frequently Asked Questions about Air Quality

Is my air really unhealthy?

  • The Environmental Protection Agency thinks so, and even recommends air purification as one of its top three strategies to improving your air quality.

My home is newer, isn’t the air cleaner in a new home?

  • Actually, it’s the opposite. Because new homes are made so air tight and energy efficient, they tend to have higher concentrations of chemicals in the air. Especially from sources you wouldn’t necessarily think of like off-gasses from your rugs, furniture, paint, flooring, counter tops, etc.