The great outdoors may not be totally to blame for your seasonal allergies. The quality of your air inside your home can also carry bacteria and viruses in the dust and dirt that travels through your air ducts. Watch our video to learn more about the different cleaning products that can be installed in your home to improve the quality of your indoor air.
Hi, I’m Miriam Johnson, co-host from the tv series Hometime. Well, it’s that time of year again, a time of year when sneezing, itchy eyes, headaches, sore throat, ear infections can all come on fast. Certain times of year can be debilitating for some people. You miss school, work, and life can be miserable.
Did you know a big part of it could be the indoor air you breathe? According to the Environmental Protection Agency, unhealthy indoor air can trigger infections, fever, flu, bronchitis, even chronic asthma. You know the air may look okay, but if you could see what’s floating around and what’s on every surface, you’d cringe. So what can you do about it? Well, you clean the air inside your home. Here are so products that I recommend to clean, deodorize, and disinfect your home naturally. Replace your traditional air filter with a polarized media air cleaner. This advanced air cleaner captures up to 97% of particles and allergens in the air, including pet dander, pollen, and mold. Next, ultraviolet or UV sea lamps slow the growth of mold and destroy harmful bacteria and viruses, like the flu, that are in the air and on surfaces. And this, a whole home HEPA filter. Now, this is going to remove 99.97% of particles in the air, clearing out smoke, dust, pollen, and pet dander. Best thing is, all of the products can be easily installed in most homes. If you’d like more information on better indoor air for your home, give us a call. We’ll be happy to help you out!