Improving air quality in the house
Are you looking for an air cleaner for use at home? Do you have problems with the indoor air and want to solve them? Homes often contain air pollutants in the form of fine dust, micro-organisms, bacteria/viruses, moulds and pollen. Those who keep pets in the home can add hair, dander and allergens to this list. Not to mention the straw, hay or wood shavings that are often used as bedding material. People with lung diseases, asthma and COPD as well as those with hay fever or a dust allergy that is aggravated by pollutants in the air can gain a lot of relief from improvement of the air quality in the home. Many people are not aware that the bedroom is the room with the most pollutants. If symptoms such as shortness of breath, worsening of existing lung diseases and coughing increase, there is a good chance that the air quality in the home is getting worse.