The Benefits of Home-Fresh®
Relieves Symptoms of Asthma - According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 12 people have asthma. Pollutants such as pet dander, pollen, or dust mites irritate their airways, causing difficulty breathing.Eliminates
Harmful Chemicals from Indoor Environments - Nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide are commonly found in areas of high motor vehicle traffic and may get inside your homes.Research from the National Library of Medicine shows exposure to carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide PM increases the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Neutralizes Unpleasant Odors – The odour from VOCs commonly found in paints, aerosol sprays, upholstered furniture, or air fresheners can cause nausea, breathlessness, and even affect your cognitive functions. Other NIH studies show low VOC levels in ambient air improves productivity and performance.
Reduces the Chances of Airborne Diseases – Airborne diseases such as the common cold and flu are spread through tiny pathogens floating around. When one family member catches the flu, it’s not uncommon for the rest of the family to get sick as well. This happens because everyone is breathing the same air that’s infected with bacteria and viruses.
Improves Sleep – Indoor allergens such as bacteria, fungi, and dust mites can trigger allergies or hay fever which can last up to several weeks. Frequent sneezing, coughing, nose congestion, watery eyes, or sore throat are some common allergic symptoms, disrupting your sleep. Lack of sleep causes daytime drowsiness, affecting your productivity the next morning.
Eliminates Hazardous Asbestos Particles - Asbestos roofing materials or insulation pipes were common from the 1940s to the 1960s. If you live in an old house or work in an old commercial building you may be exposed to asbestos particles.
Can Increase Life Expectancy - Indoor air pollution can affect your cardiac, respiratory, and even neurological systems. Chemicals and gases from common household products can accumulate in your lungs and penetrate the blood-brain barrier, impacting your brain and cognitive functions.