Indoor Air Quality & Safety Products
We can’t do much about the pollution outside as research shows, but we can do something about the pollution inside, where we spend 90% of our time. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor pollution levels can be 25 times, and occasionally more than 100 times polluted than outdoor air.
In our well insulated homes and buildings, we lock in and recirculate pollen, mold, fungi, bacteria, viruses, dust and mites. We even add to the problem by contributing tobacco, wood or cooking smoke, pet dander, insecticides, toxins emitted from air fresheners, carpets, glues, household cleaners, paints, varnishes, press board furniture and lots more. In fact, it is estimated that we take in and expel 20,000 breaths a day and about 18,000 breaths are of conditioned indoor air.