The majority of people are not aware of the poor quality of indoor air. We spend most of our time indoors, either at home or at the work place where we are exposed to high levels of airborne particles. The EPA ranks indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health. Also, according to the EPA, the level of many airborne pollutants indoors may be 25-100 times higher than outdoors.
Most of the airborne particles cannot be seen by the human eye; therefore, your best option to improve your overall indoor Air quality is by simply installing an Air Cleaner.
There are central air cleaners available today which treat 100% of the air circulated throughout your home and capture particles as small as .1 microns that easily pass through typical filters. Central Air Cleaners help remove dust, dirt, pollen, mold, bacteria, allergens such as pollen, and other contaminates that are often circulated throughout your home.