If you or someone you love suffers from repiratory problems, you know how important it is to breathe clean air. While it’s difficult to avoid allergen triggers outdoors, at least the quality of the air we breathe indoors can be controlled with a high-quality air filtration system.
Scientists warn that pollution inside our homes frequently reaches concentration levels that would be illegal outdoors. This level of pollution is unhealthy for anyone exposed for long periods of time, but especially unsafe for those afflicted with respiratory ailments.
Researchers conclude that homes built since the 1970s have been built tighter to address rising energy costs, and that these tighter homes are a major contributor in the rise in respiratory problems. That is why air filtration systems are a neccessary part of the solution to improve indoor air quality.
Indoor Air Quality Study
According to the results of this study
, 8% of residents in homes built before 1971 had asthma. This number increased to 17% in homes built between 1985 and 1996. The study also found a greater incidence of respiratory ailments in homes built after 1971 (45%) compared to those built before 1971 (34%).
The UltimateAir® RecoupAerator® is an fantastic way of combating indoor respiratory ailments. Many RecoupAerator® owners report that with an air filtraion system, they can breathe easier, sleep better, and even stopped taking medication (with a Doctor’s approval) after installing a RecoupAerator. The RecoupAerator® uses an aluminum mesh pre-filter to capture large airborne particles and a high density MERV 12 filter to capture tiny particles. The filter is thick enough to “catch” these air pollutants but porous enough to allow fresh air to flow freely.
Learn more about how the RecoupAerator® can improve your indoor air quality by receiving a free quote.