Clean Air inside your house is Important
The quality of Indoor air is a hot topic today as most newer homes are being built “tighter” to be more energy efficient. Existing structures have also been “tightened-up” with better insulation, weather-stripping, upgraded windows and high quality exterior doors. Unfortunately, making homes more energy efficient exacts an unexpected price. The quality of indoor air suffers as the exchange of indoor and outdoor air is limited. The air pollutants get stuck inside your home and can build up to a harmful level. As a result of this, it’s important to clean the air inside your house by filtering out as many pollutants as possible.
Indoor air pollutants can cause people who live in the house to suffer from flu-like symptoms such as headaches, nausea and respiratory irritation. They can also exacerbate existing illnesses such as allergies and asthma. Statistics in the last ten years shows asthma cases have increased by 51.6% and that over 40 million people suffer from allergies and asthma today. By removing airborne dust particles from the air, you reduce the amount of exposure they have on your respiratory system.
WHICH IS THE BEST WAYS TO CLEAN INDOOR AIR?
There are a lot of things you can do to reduce the amount of pollutants in the air inside your home. Frequent dusting, vacuuming, and washing of bedding will reduce the amount of dust and dust mites present in your house. Although these methods are effective, not all airborne particles can be eliminated. Some particles are so small they may escape through the vacuum or never land on a surface. Fortunately, the air filtration devices can be helpful.