- Do you have allergies?
- Do you sneeze often?
- Do you have a pre-existing medical condition like Asthma?
- Do you sleep with the windows open?
- Sleeping in dry air?
- Do you have moisture condensation inside your home?
Sources of pollution in the home may include environmental tobacco smoke, pesticides, asbestos, fireplaces, woodstoves, kerosene heaters, gas space heaters, automobile exhaust from attached garages, wet or moist walls, poorly maintained humidifiers, dehumidifiers, dirty air conditioners, or household pets. Detailed information on Indoor Air Quality pollution sources can be found at the US Environmental Protection Agency website.
By passing air through a filter, an electronic air cleaner can remove upto 98% of particles in your home. Placing an ultraviolet air treatment system in your home will irradicate micro organisms passing through your Forced Air Unit (FAU).
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