1Healthy Humidity Plays a Key Role in Wellness

17th April

Imagine your family blowing up balloons and then releasing that air into your home over 20,000 times a day, every day. That can’t be good for your air quality, right?
The air inside your home can be 5x more polluted than the air outside. That’s because homes are being built tighter, making it hard for your home to inhale and exhale.
The average person lives to be 79 years old. Of those 79 years, 70 of them are spent indoors. Of those 70 years indoors, 50 of them are spent in your own home. Breathe healthy air in your own home.
Just one cubic foot of air can have more than 30 million air pollutants including dust, mold spores, allergens, and more. These irritants can trigger asthma and allergy symptoms. You eat healthy foods, drink clean water, practice good hygiene, and get plenty of sleep and exercise.
But are you breathing Healthy Air?
1. Reduce Illness
Remove airborne contaminants from your home so you and the family can breathe easy.
2. Eliminate Pests
Pests thrive in homes with dust, dirt and mold, which can be resolved with improved indoor air quality.
3. Alleviate Allergies
Breathe easy in your home knowing you’re turning allergy-affected air into healthy air.
4. Pet-Friendly
All pets produce dander, meaning there are no hypoallergenic pets. That’s no issue in Healthy Homes.
5. Sleep Better
Every night you’re not sneezing or scratching from allergies is a good night’s sleep.
6. Energy Efficiency
Managing humidity in the summer or winter can drastically reduce heating and cooling costs.
7. Increase Home Value
A Healthy Home is less likely to be damaged by pests or humidity, and may increase property value.
8. Lower Stress Levels
In addition to better health, sleep, and energy efficiency, Healthy Homes require less cleaning time.