Healthy, clean air can improve your health, so it is crucial to understand your options in making the air you breathe as clean as possible.

Air contaminants can include:

  • Allergens
  • Pet and animal dander 
  • Dust 
  • Toxins and chemicals from household cleaners
  • Other small particles

Indoor air quality is also affected by how dry or moist the air is in your home. If the air is too humid, it can cause mold and mildew and lead to respiratory issues. It can lead to dry skin, nose bleeds, sore throats, and other health issues if it is too dry. 

Getting your air quality to a high standard is not just crucial for your health, but your home’s health as well. Mold and mildew and dry air can damage furniture or chipped or peeling paint and plaster. 

Contact us today to learn more about the products and services we provide in helping you achieve a high quality of indoor air.

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