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- Central heating and cooling systems
- Products for household cleaning and maintenance, personal care, or hobbies
- Biological pollutants from plants, pets, germs, and mold
- Paints, wood preservatives, and air fresheners
- Pressed wood cabinets or furniture containing formaldehyde
- Stoves, fireplaces, and chimneys
How Safe is the Air In Your Home?
Repeated exposure to poor indoor air quality causes both short and long term health effects, from simple nose and eye irritation, to more serious illnesses like respiratory disease and cancer. According to the EPA, indoor air pollution comes from some of the most common items in our homes, including:
Most Popular Uses for Air Purifiers
Air purifiers reduce exposure to dust, dander, pollen, smoke, odors, and chemical vapors inside the home.
Providing good indoor air quality is an important step in maintaining a happy and healthy learning environment.
Providing good indoor air quality is an important step in maintaining a healthy and efficient workspace.
Health clubs without proper air filtration can be particularly susceptible to poor indoor air quality.
Filter Replacement Program
Enrolling in our Filter Replacement Program will help ensure that your equipment is performing at an optimum level. Simply choose what filters you want and how often you want them, we will get them to you on time.