Improving Your Home’s Air Quality

The air inside your home is some of the most contaminated air you breathe. Depending on the home, you are breathing air that is 5 to 20 times more contaminated than the air outside! Combine this with a home that has children with asthma or allergies and a pet or two then being in your own home is one of the most dangerous places to be.

Still smelling breakfast at dinnertime? If you have lingering odours in the home, it’s a sign that more ventilation is needed to bring in fresh air and remove stale air. Ventilation, air-cleaning products, and bathroom ventilation controls offer energy efficient home options that help get odours out and fresh air in.

Whole-house and portable dehumidifiers work to remove excess moisture and introduce fresh, filtered air, not only increasing comfort, but also reducing heating bills because humidified air feels warmer, so you’ll be able to turn your thermostat up for energy savings.

Consider an air cleaner and a dehumidifier as part of your HVAC system.

Available Air Quality Solutions

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