Excellent Westchester Air Cleaners
Air cleaners from our New York HVAC Contractor can do a lot to clean the indoor air pollution in your New York home. Your home’s indoor air quality is important, but yours may not be as clean as you think it is. Government research shows that people spend up to 90% of their time indoors, but research also shows that indoor air quality is 10 to 100 times more polluted than outside air. If you feel that the air quality is bad inside your home then you need to call our New York Air Cleaner crew today!
The facts are that each person breathes an average of two teaspoons of dust, dust mites, pollen, mold, viruses, bacteria, pet dander, carpet fiber and second hand smoke into their lungs each day. And your disposable filter in your furnace is trapping less than 10% of the pollutants.
At pennies a day, you can have quality, pure air in your home. Purify your air from allergies, to get rid of pet dander, keep your home safe from air pollutants and contaminants, and much more with a home air cleaning system. You’ll have several options in size and function to choose from, whether you’re wanting to purify the air in your whole home or only need to add on a system for a particular room.
Most New York Homes Are Filled With Toxic Chemicals
New research on indoor air quality reveals the startling fact that merely walking on your New York home’s carpet can release potentially harmful particles into the air. These particles, when inhaled, lodge themselves in your lungs, potentially contributing to health problems like asthma. The most surprising finding of the research? That walking on carpet and sitting on furniture released as many fine particles as vacuuming.
This research hints at a much larger problem: poor indoor air quality in the homes of most consumers. Most homes harbor an alarming assortment of potentially toxic chemicals and substances. Carpet particles, as mentioned in this research, are usually made from synthetic fibers derived from petroleum. Their impact on the lungs is largely unknown.
Carpets are only the beginning, too: carpet glue and carpet padding can both give off toxic fumes (especially when new). Memory foam mattresses emit toxic fumes that have been associated with a variety of medical symptoms. Paints, varnishes, and fire retardants can also emit a steady flow of toxic, airborne chemicals. As a result, homes that are poorly ventilated become toxic enclosures for their owners, who unknowingly inhale a cocktail of toxic chemicals with every breath.
Want to know how healthy the air in your home really is? Using an AirAdvice monitor, our New York Air Cleaner crew can test your air quality over a three-day period, recording one sample per minute. The results may reveal mildew, pollen, dust mites, asbestos, carbon monoxide, and pet dander. The first step towards a healthy house (and healthy inhabitants) is pinpoint-accurate air testing.
Why You Need Us For Air Cleaning Solutions For Your Home
The most effective solution to this problem is calling our Westchester Air Cleaner technicians to install the right air cleaning system for your home. Your home has individual and specific needs for air quality concerns. Our technicians take all things into consideration when helping you choose the right indoor air cleaner for your home.
An New York Air Cleaner will capture almost 94% of the pollutants in the air in your home! Over it’s life an air cleaner costs less than 30 cents per day, a bargain compared to the price of your health. Ask about getting one for your home today!
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