There are sources for contamination in every room in the house.
Dander from pets, pesticides, cooking, personal hygiene products, pressboard furniture, electronics and moisture all create concerns.
Even the heating and cooling system can contribute to problems with indoor air quality. In a tightly sealed home, particles and pathogens become trapped inside. They get re-circulated by the heating and cooling system and spread to every room in the house. Dust, pollen, dander, bacteria, mold spores, viruses and even odors are then breathed in by family members. The majority of people spend 90% of their time indoors. The US Environmental Protection Agency suggests that indoor air is likely to be at least five times more polluted than outdoor air. Sore throat, coughing, sneezing, difficulty sleeping, headaches, itchy eyes, respiratory infection, skin rashes and symptoms of allergies and asthma can often be blamed on poor indoor air quality. Fortunately, there are effective solutions. The HVAC industry has responded to the rising demand of homeowners and developed a wide range of products.There are now whole-home dehumidifiers, humidifiers, air cleaners, ventilators, filters and UV lights. One of the most beneficial options is an air purifier. This advanced technology not only filters out 99% pollutants smaller than a grain of salt but actively kills the majority of pathogens. It works to disrupt the DNA of mold, bacteria and viruses, rendering them harmless. Air purifiers combat odors and create a fresher, cleaner and more hygienic living environment. The system installs into most types of heating/cooling systems, operates almost silently and requires only yearly upkeep.