The average person spends about 90% of their time indoors, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Just think about it, between work or school and home you don’t spend a whole lot of time outdoors. On most days, your exposure to Mother Nature only lasts as long as it takes you to walk to and from your car. So, as you can probably imagine, the quality of the air inside your home or business is pretty important. The bad news: according to the EPA, indoor air can be as much as five times (and even up to 100 times) more polluted than outside air. Yikes!
The EPA Has Ranked Indoor Air Quality among the Top Five Environmental Dangers
The EPA has recognized that poor indoor air pollution is a very real problem, especially for those with asthma or severe allergies. Indoor air pollution can irritate the eyes, nose, and throat, lead to dizziness and fatigue, as well as lead to serious, long-term health issues: respiratory diseases, heart disease, and even cancer. So, what you want to know is how to improve the air quality in your home or business.
Step 1) Contact Fresh Air Concepts today for a FREE Indoor Air Quality Assessment.
Fresh Air Concepts is committed to providing you with a healthy home environment. Since 2004, Fresh Air Concepts has been at the forefront in Air purification systems. We use patented UV (Ultra-violet) technology to naturally decompose and destroy contaminants such as viruses, odors, mold, bacteria, and other IAQ concerns.
Step 2) Find Out How Ultraviolet Light Improves Indoor Air Quality
Did you know that sunlight is the most effective natural air purifier known to break down air contaminants? Numerous health studies have shown that germicidal ultraviolet light – UVC – is very effective against mold, mildew, fungi and viruses, bacteria and spores. UVC is capable of penetrating the DNA of microorganisms, disrupting their reproduction cycles and leading to germ elimination. By incorporating an ultraviolet lamp into your HVAC system, you can help dramatically improve the indoor air quality of your home or business. Because the average HVAC system re-circulates air throughout your building several times a day, your indoor air will receive a constant disinfection treatment.
To learn more about Ultraviolet Light and Indoor Air Quality, please contact Fresh Air Concepts by calling 1-800-708-4FAC! Fresh Air Concepts is your complete mechanical contracting company. We offer HVAC installation, maintenance, and repair services throughout Maryland.