Making your home a healthy home
Many people, when they think of air pollution, they think about smog and car emissions. This is what is called outdoor air pollution but it is more dangerous when it becomes indoor air pollution. Indoor air pollution occurs when certain air pollutants from particles and gases contaminate the air of indoor areas. These air pollutants can cause respiratory diseases and according to the WHO, cancer. Removing the air pollutants will improve the quality of your indoor air.
Making your home a healthy home is easier than most people expect. Several options are available for air filtration. Air quality can also be improved with the addition of a HRV, UV lights and and a whole home humidification system. To learn more about the options available click the links below.