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Improve the Quality of Your Indoor Air


A Healthy home improvement

We live in a world where healthy living has become a way of life. We diet and exercise to make ourselves feel better. We have also taken on environmental issues to make our world a cleaner and safer place to live . Yet the most overlooked issue is the air that we breathe.


The environmental Protection agency claims that indoor air has been found to be more polluted than outdoor air. Now consider on average people spend 90% of their time indoors.... The facts can be quite alarming.


"The E.P.A ranks poor indoor air quality among the top five environmental risks to the public". ( American Lung Association)


"Those who are most susceptible to indoor air pollution are children, pregnant woman, and the elderly" (National Safety Council)


"Contaminated central air handling systems can become breeding grounds for mold, mildew, and other sources of biological contaminants" ( Environmental Protection Agency)


"50% of all illness is aggravated or caused by polluted indoor air"

( American College of Allergies)


"Levels of air pollution inside the home can be two to five times higher than outdoor levels" ( Environmental Protection Agency)


Considering that we spend so much time indoors, it makes perfect sense to clean the source of our indoor air quality problems... OUR AIR DUCTS.


Do you have an " Indoor Air Pollution Problem"


If the answer is "YES" to any of the following questions, your home may suffer from " INDOOR AIR POLLUTION"


  1. Do you have an air circulating system that utilizes a standard fiberglass filter?

  2. Do you have pets?

  3. Are there smokers in the home?

  4. Does anyone in your house suffer from allergies, asthma, or other respiratory problems?

  5. Do you regularly clean excessive dust accumulations from your household furniture?

  6. Do you experience headache, nausea, burning sensations in the nose, throat, or eyes when inside the home?

  7. Do you have " dust trails" or discoloring coming out of your air duct registers?

  8. When you last changed your furnace filter, did you see dust and dirt inside the filter housing?

Dirt, dust, mold, pollen, and animal dander are recirculated through our air ducts every time we turn on our heat or air conditioner. Combine this with moisture and you have the ideal breeding ground for fungi, germs, and household mold. Studies have confirmed that some diseases , including salmonella, strep, and legionnaires disease are spread by contaminated are ducts.

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