Cleaner lungs, fewer allergy symptoms, and improved digestion are just some of the benefits of cleaner air. If you need more reasons to upgrade the air you live in, the list goes on:
Improved skin appearance
Decreased risk of arterial, lung, and heart disease
Fewer bad odours
Did you know: indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than the particles outdoors!
How can you purify the air in your home?
Prevent mould before it starts to grow
Mould appears when walls and ceilings are damp from condensation or humidity. This produces allergens and sometimes even toxic substances. If a person comes into contact with mould, it can cause severe physical reactions, and commonly, asthma attacks.
There are natural remedies to mould such as white vinegar, which when sprayed on damp surfaces, prevents mould from growing. As well as air-purifying plants such as Orchids and English Ivy. In addition, burning beeswax candles releases negative ions into the air, rendering the pollutants harmless.
Constantly cleaner air with a HVAC system
A HVAC unit is a heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system.
Installing an electric heat pump furnace in the home is a one-stop-shop to cleaner air! These sophisticated systems inexpensively take care of your home’s air quality and heat levels.
They work by pumping heat from one location to another using a compressor. They attain 300% efficiency and require very little maintenance throughout their long lifespans.
This system’s biggest benefits are its availability (it’s only dependant on electricity) and its subsequent carbon emission reduction. However, it also provides cleaner air for cleaner skin and lungs and a lower electricity bill than its alternatives. Set it to cool or heat your home, and enjoy!
Open the windows
Natural airflow can be a great natural way to eliminate dirty air from the home and replace it with fresh, clean air. Doing this regularly helps to ensure that homeowners can breathe easier and enjoy clean air!
Don’t smoke indoors
“There is no safe level of second-hand smoke.” Smoking has many associated health risks and when smoking indoors, 85% of particles breathed out are invisible and odourless. This means that the smoke, although undetectable, lingers in the air with no means of escape.
Smoking indoors isn’t just bad for your lungs, it’s bad for your home!
Find out how clean the air in your home is
Installing a carbon monoxide alarm isn’t just sensible – it can save lives! It detects and alarms homeowners when there is CO present in the air. Carbon monoxide can leak from a number of appliances, such as cooking systems.
Installing a HVAC system and keeping the home clean and dry are the most effective and effortless ways to get cleaner air in the home! However, natural ventilation, prevention and maintenance shouldn’t be underestimated.
Give your family and your home the clean air they deserve! Cleaner air means a happier and healthier home!
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