Indoor Air Quality

Father and child in clean air home
Today, it’s all about being healthy. We exercise and watch what we eat, but what about the air in our homes? Is it healthy? Probably not. Dust, dirt, pollen, mold spores, etc., make untreated indoor air up to 100 times worse than outdoor air. A clean home includes having clean air. Pollen, animal dander, smoke, bacteria and other pollutants not visible to the human eye exist in our homes. Carrier and Cliff Bergin & Associates have solutions to clean your home air with its state of the art air cleaners, purifiers and media filters.

How Important is Indoor Air Quality?

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), people spend approximately 90% of their time indoors and it has been found that indoor levels of pollutants may be between 50% and 99% higher than outdoor levels. Airborne problems contribute to allergies, asthma attacks, breathing difficulties, immune system failure, influenza, disease, sickness and even death.

Ozone and your Health

Centers for Disease Control / Workplace Safety & Health Topics

American Lung Association – Healthy Air at Home