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Your Indoor Air Is Dirtier Than You Think

Did you know the air inside your home is between two and five times dirtier than the air outside?

This reality is possible because Mother Nature naturally cleans the air with UV energy, thunder, and lightning. Additionally, indoor environments are commonly polluted with mold and chemicals found in household cleaners. Because indoor air can be low-quality, people can suffer from allergies, asthma, and longer-lasting colds. Here are some steps you can take to improve your indoor air quality:

  1. Replace your traditional air filter with a polarized media air filter. This filter is more advanced and captures up to 97% of particles and allergens in your home's air.
  2. Use dual-length UV light. This device mimics the sun's UV rays and can control gasses, as well as sterilize germs and allergens inside your home.
  3. Install a whole-home H.E.P.A. air filter. This device can eliminate 99.9% of all particles and allergens in your air.