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Indoor air Quality Resource center

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Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within your home, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of you and your family. Since we spend around 90% indoors, indoor air quality has a significant impact on our health.

TOP five IAQ CONCERNS for homeowners

Pathogens and Biologics

 VOCs and Chemicals

Particulates

Radon, Carbon Monoxide and Carbon dioxide

Air Temperature and Moisture

Solutions and Strategies

Our IAQ experts have put together a guide with recommended solutions and strategies you can use to improve air quality inside your home. Keep in mind, following the advice given will not necessarily provide complete protection in all situations or against all health hazards that may be caused by indoor air pollution.

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ENGERY EFFICIENCY

From product inception, energy efficiency is a focus. Every unit exceeds Department of Energy standards, saving you money over the life of the dehumidifier.

DURABILITY

We stand behind our products. If a Santa Fe and Ultra Aire dehumidifiers are anything, they’re durable. Commercial-grade and are ready to take on the harshest conditions.

superior filtration

Equipped with a MERV-13 filter, Sant Fe and Ultra Aire has the best filtration of any dehumidifier on the market.

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Get in the healthy zone

While pollutant levels from individual sources may not pose a significant health risk by themselves, most homes have more than one source that contributes to indoor air pollution. There can be a serious risk from the cumulative effects of these sources.

PROTECT YOUR FAMILY’s HEALTH and Your HOME

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), improving your home’s indoor air quality can be as simple as eliminating the individual sources of pollution (or at least reducing their emissions). Fortunately, there are steps that most people can take both to reduce the risk from existing sources and to prevent new problems from occurring. Adding dehumidification and ventilation will promote a healthy environment for you and your family.

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