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The Importance of Clean Air In the Home

How do I improve the air in my home?

How Healthy or Hazardous is the Air in my Home?
  • My home seems to be too humid
  • I always seem to be dusting and cleaning my home
  • I have family members who suffer from asthma or allergies
  • Some rooms in my house are too hot and others are too cold
  • I’m concerned about the deadly threat of carbon monoxide in my home

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    How do I improve the air in my home?

    What Do Indoor Air Quality Products Do?
    Indoor Air Quality products maximize your home's safety and comfort. They shield your family from harmful pollutants that can infest your indoor air quality. At the same time, they regulate your home's temperature to best suit your budgetary and lifestyle needs. In doing both, indoor air quality products allow you to take control of your home's climate.

    What Indoor Air Quality Products Does the Clean Indoor Air Alliance Recommend?
    The Clean Indoor Air Alliance (CIA²) only recommends and certifies whole-house indoor air quality products. These are devices that are installed by licensed contractors within your heating and/or cooling system and its ductwork. Whole-house indoor air quality products transform your home's HVAC system into a whole-house air treatment facility.

    Aren't All Indoor Air Quality Products the Same?
    No, indoor air quality products are not all the same. Portable indoor air quality products or "purifiers" are constantly being advertised on television and in well-known publications. But these products have a limited cleaning radius. They cannot protect your entire home. The American Lung Association agrees: "Portable units are used when air cleaning is desired in a room. Central filtration systems are used when whole-house air cleaning is needed."

    Plus, many portable indoor air quality products or "purifiers" do not provide the level of protection they promise. For example, Consumer Reports magazine tested several portable units and found they only moved a small amount of air in the room they were located. A few units even produced levels of harmful chemicals deemed "not acceptable ..."

    And Good Housekeeping analyzed a well-known portable air cleaner and was shocked by their findings: "Bottom line... save your money. You can't rely on this product to clean the air in your home. Any retail room air cleaner has limited efficiency and effectiveness as they are only designed to clean one room at a time."

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