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Indoor Air Quality


Everyday the average person takes over 20,000 breaths, and breathes 35 pounds of air.

In your lifetime, you may take about 625 million breaths, which equals the volume of 2 football fields, 17 stories high!

But do you know what you’re actually breathing in?

In the last few years, a growing body of scientific evidence indicates that the air within people’s homes can be more seriously polluted than the air outdoors, even in the largest and most industrialised cities. The air in our homes can be filled with dust mites, dust mite eggs, mold, spores and mildew, animal dander, bacteria, pollen, infectious diseases and fungi. Symptoms of ‘bad air’ include headaches, runny nose, watery & itchy eyes, nausea, consistent colds and fatigue.

Speak to one of our Home Comfort Advisors to find out how you can trap and filter airborne particles and contaminants to make sure that cleaner air is distributed to all the rooms in your home.