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Indoor Pollutants in Your Home.
Most people spend the majority of their time inside their homes. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) warns that the air inside your home may be up
to FIVE times more polluted than outside air. The EPA has listed Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) as one of the top five environmental health risks today!
Microscopic mold, mildew, bacteria and viruses linger in the air leading to allergies, asthma, respiratory disease and infection. These unseen biohazards can live within your air handling systems’ moist environment encouraging these micro organisms to breed, multiply and grow. Once airborne, these unseen particles can pose a serious health threat. Common indoor pollutants include:
• Animal Dander
• Pollen
• Dust Mites
• Molds & Spores
• Bacteria & Viruses
• Pet Odors
• Tobacco Smoke
Even the cleanliest home can be a breeding
ground for the micro organisms that may
live, undetected, within your air handling
system. encouraging these micro organisms
to breed, multiply and grow.
Once airborne, these unseen particles
can pose a serious health threat.