Benefits of our Air Purification, Air Humidifiers & Air Purifiers products:
- Irradiates Bacteria, Viruses and Mold
- Destroys chemical and biological odors
- No maintenance required
Did You Know?
Sunlight is the most effective natural air purifier known to break down air contaminants.
The CDC estimates that up to 20 million people in the U.S. have asthma, including 6.3 million children.
Everyday your lungs process up to 1,000 cubic feet of air or the equivalent of 30,000 quart containers per day.
The greatest area of the body exposed to air is not our skin which represents about 20 square feet, but our lungs with their complex alveolae network that covers an area of more than one third of a football field.
An average of about 36,000 people per year in the United States die from influenza, and 114,000 per year have to be admitted to the hospital as a result of influenza.
There are at least 100,000 known species of fungi on the planet.
Do you have a sick house?
Did you know that the air inside our homes could be up to 100 times more polluted than the air outside? There are many pollutants and contaminants that contribute to poor air quality in your home, some of which may come as a surprise.
Indoor pollution sources that release VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds) or particulates into the air are the primary cause of poor indoor air quality. Formaldehyde, for instance, is a by-product released from carpet. Inadequate ventilation can also increase indoor pollutant levels by not bringing in enough fresh outdoor air to dilute the emissions from indoor sources and by not carrying indoor air pollutants out of the home. Asthma and allergy suffers are extremely sensitive through repeated exposure of the lungs to these contaminants.
Isn’t it time you breathed easier?
Contact Fresh Air Concepts today for your free in-home consultation.
Fresh Air Concepts uses patented UV (Ultra-violet) technology that allows us to destroy contaminants such as viruses, odors, mold and bacteria. Click here for a list of pollutants and contaminants we are able to destroy. Basically, we recreate the effects of sunlight to naturally decompose, destroy and purify the contaminants in your home.
We offer a revolutionary new air purification system for your home that actually oxidizes the pollutants in the air you breathe. By combining fresh outside air and the purifying power of UV technology we are able to make your home a “healthy home”!
Fresh Air Concepts is committed to providing you with a healthy home environment.
Who we are:
Indoor air quality experts
Fresh Air Concepts is committed to providing you with a healthy home environment. With our revolutionary new air purification systems we are now able to rid your home of chemical and biological contaminants never thought possible.
We know how important indoor air quality is and how much more important it will be in the future as our world and environment continue to change. We combine fresh outside air along with the purifying power of UV technology to provide you with a healthy home. Our air purification systems have all been third party tested in real world conditions, in addition to several university tests in the United States and Canada – and the results have been phenomenal.
If you are an allergy suffer, worried about the spread of viruses or concerned about mold and fungus which breeds in your humidifiers and cooling coils… we have the solution. Our air purification systems destroy everything from influenza, tuberculosis, mold, cooking and cigarette odors, and pet dander just to name a few. Our products are safe, economical, and best of all require no maintenance.
Listed below are some common odors, chemical pollutants and biological contaminants that are destroyed by Fresh Air Concepts’ air purifiers.
Common Micro Organisms
|Protozea||Tuberculosis Bacilil||Lengioncellosis (Legionaires Disease)|
|S. Enteritidis||B. Paratyphosus||B. Subtilis|
|Eberthelle Typhosa||Escherichlas Coli (Ecoli)||Micrococcus Candicus|
|Meisseria Catarrahalis||Proteus Vulgaris||S. Tyhlmurium|
|Sarcina Lutea||Dysentery Bacilil||Staphylocaccus Aureus|
Common organic odors & chemical pollutants
|Acetone||Fecal Odors||Noxious Gases|
|Air Wick||Film Processing Odors||Organic Chemicals|
|Anesthetics||Fish||Packing House Odors|
|Asphalt Fumes||Floral Scents||Paint|
|Automobile Exhaust||Formaldehyde||Paste & Glue|
|Bathroom Smells||Hair Spray||Plastics|
|Body Odors||Hospital Odors||Popcorn & Candy|
|Charred Materials||Household Smells||Rubber|
|Cigarette Smoke||Idustrial Wastes||Sewer Odors|
|Citrus and other fruits||Kerosene||Smoke|
|Coal Smoke||Lactic Acid||Spoiled Foods|
|Combustion Odors||Lingering Odors||Tar|
|Cooking Odors||Liquid Fuels||Tarnishing Gases|
|Creosote||Lubricating Oils/Grease||Tobacco Smoke|
|Decaying Substances||Lysol||Toilet Odors|
|Decomposition Odors||Masking Agents||Turpentines|
|Diesel Fumes||Methyl Alcohol||Varnish Fumes|
|Ethyl Alcohol||Mixed Odors||Viruses|
|Essential Oils||Mold||Volatile Materials|
|Eucalyptole||Moth Balls||Waste Products|
|Exhaust Fumes||Nail Polish||Waterproof Comp|
|Fabric Finishes||Nephtha (Coal Tar & Petroleum)||Wood Alcohol|