Asthma Allergies – Hazardous Health

The polluted air inside your home may be more hazardous to your health than the air outside.

Each day you will breath several hundred cubic feet of air. Much of that air enters your home causing symptoms such as headaches, coughing, sore throat and nasal discharge. You may be experiencing common allergies caused by dirt and unsafe household dust.

Dust Polluted Air Filters Can Affect Allergies

Where does dirty and unsafe household dust come from?

  • Filth from the street is brought in on the bottoms of your shoes.
  • Pets bring in all sorts of nasty critters, such as fleas, ticks and other insects that trigger allergies.
  • Polluted air is blown in through open windows and doors.
  • Insects die in you carpeting and upholstery fabrics, becoming part of dust.
  • Germs from sick friends and neighbors visiting your home.

 

Evidence shows that the air you breathe at home, regardless if you live in the city, the country, or suburb, is often more polluted than the air outside. This air may be triggering your allergies.

“Indoor levels of air pollutants can be 2-5 times higher, and occasionally 100 times higher, than outdoor levels.”

– EPA Indoor Environments Division, Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools: Actions to Improve IAQ (September 1999)

 

There is very little you can do about the polluted air outdoors…but we can help you with indoor dust.

The Rainbow System is nature’s cleaning solution. It uses water to cleanse surface dirt, airborne particulates, allergens, dust, and man‐made contaminants. The Rainbow System is certified by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.

Clean, pure air is just as important as clean food or clean water. Schedule a presentation to learn how the Rainbow System can help remove hazardous air pollutants from your home that may be causing allergies.

Schedule An In-Home Demo!

 

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