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What is the gift of clean air and how can it improve your health?

You breathe over 3,400 gallons of air per day and the air inside your office or home may be up to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air? Mold and other biological pollutants can cause or worsen asthma, as well as Hay Fever and other allergies. Pollutants like pet dander and tobacco smoke may cause dizziness and headaches, or aggravate allergies and asthma.

In addition to natural irritants, in a typical residence you're likely to breathe in about 2 to 5 times more chemical pollutants than you would if you had spent the day outside.* They include invisible assassins like Radon and CO2, as well as gas-emitting chemicals like Formaldehyde (used in making modern carpeting), drapery, household cleaners, furniture and building materials.


Most modern homes are built to be as air-tight as possible. Stale air, laced with odors, chemicals, irritants – even miniscule insects – becomes trapped within, repeatedly circulating throughout the home daily.

Dust dancing all around you? Sight of Mold making you green? These contaminants inside your house aren't just unsightly — they can cause poor indoor air quality, which impacts your home environment, comfort and health. Fortunately, industry-leading products like air purifiers and dehumidifiers, working together with your heating and cooling system, make it possible to get rid of bad air for good.


Common Issues
The quality of your home's air is primarily impacted by four kinds of issues:
• Particles, such as Pollen and Pet dander
• Mold, Bacteria and other living organisms
• Odors and chemicals
• Temperature and Humidity Imbalances

Causes of Bad Air
Poor ventilation and the release of contaminants from different sources inside and outside the home are the main causes of bad air. High humidity can aggravate the problem, causing contaminants to multiply.


Impacts of Bad Air
Contaminants in your home's air is a problem that has three main impacts:
• Air that's dry can cause wood floors to separate and walls to crack

• High humidity can make the air feel warmer than it actually is

• Irritants like Mold can cause dizziness, headaches, nasal congestion and fatigue, plus it can aggravate allergies and asthma

Getting Rid of Bad Air
One of the most effective ways to improve the quality of your home's air is to get rid of contaminants at the source. There are a variety of solutions for this, including:


• Healthy Climate® air cleaner, which attacks contaminants as they are circulated through your heating and cooling system
• Moisture control and mold prevention
• Regular cleaning with chemical-free products
• Adequate ventilation

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