What’s in the air you breathe?
•Dust & Dust Mites: 42,000 dust mites can live in one ounce of dust. 40 pounds of dust is generated for every 1,500 square feet of space each year.
•Bacteria and Viruses: Bacteria can be found in your heating and cooling systems, on your house pets, in your garbage, and in every room of your home.
•Mold, Spores, Mildew, Fungi: Mold spores are found in your heating and cooling system; in damp clothing; cleaning materials; and in the moisture in your ceilings, walls, carpets, and drapes.
•Tobacco Smoke: Second-hand tobacco smoke causes significant health problems for people of all ages.
•Pollen: Pollen is the responsible contaminant for seasonal allergies.
•Natural Odors: Many natural odors are caused by bacteria.
•Chemical Odors: Many chemical odors are known to cause adverse health effects.