If you or someone in your family has asthma or allergies, the air inside your home may be making you sick.

The odor-causing, microscopic, germ-carrying airborne contaminants floating around inside your home and clinging to your ceilings, walls, floors, and furniture are more harmful to breathe than you may think.

Asthma and allergies are the most common health conditions linked wih indoor airborne contaminants

Most people are aware that outdoor air pollution can damage their health, but may not know that indoor air pollution can also have significant harmful effects.

According To The EPA Indoor Air Pollution Is Among The Top Five Environmental Risks To Public Health In General.

Having Your Air Ducts And Furnace Cleaned Is The First Step In Cleaning Your Home’s Indoor Air.



No more wheezing or coughing.

You'll sleep better.

You won't miss work.

Your kids won't miss school.

You can take part in physical activities.

You won't have to go to the hospital.

Consider These Three Facts

1. Indoor air pollution causes or aggravates half of all illnesses.

“50 percent of all illnesses are caused by or aggravated by polluted indoor air.”

— The American College of Allergy Asthma and Immunology

2. Indoor air pollution plays a major role in asthma and allergies, and we spend over 20 hours every day indoors.

“Indoor allergens play a major role in allergic diseases such as asthma and perennial allergic rhinitis. Most Americans spend more than 20 hours indoors each day.”

— “The Allergy Report”, American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology

3. Avoiding allergens in our air is a primary goal of controlling asthma.

“Avoiding environmental allergens and irritants is one of the primary goals of good asthma management.”

— American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Environmental Health, 2003

If Most Americans Spend Over 20 Hours A Day Indoors, And Indoor Air Pollution Has Such A Big Impact On Our Health, Then Purifying Our Indoor Air Is Vital To Controlling Asthma And Allergies.

Allergy And Asthma Relief Through Improved Indoor Air Quality


Reduce infectious microscopic germ-carrying pollutants from the air.


Purify your indoor environment of toxic triggers of asthma and allergies like mold, pollen, dust mites, and other micro-organisms. Breathe clean air and enjoy healthier lives.


Eliminate the source of odors from pets and other irritants like tobacco or wood smoke, hydrocarbon gases, and vapors from common household chemicals like glues, paints, pesticides, and cleaners.

It Makes Sense, Doesn’t It?

If you want to alleviate your suffering brought on by exposure to the allergens in your home, then you must reduce or remove as many of those allergens as you can.