Healthier air starts with knowing what’s in it.

Indoor Particulate Matter (PM)

Visible and invisible airborne particles that can enter your nose and lungs, triggering allergies, asthma and other potential health problems.

Humidity Level's

Balancing humidity is important to reduce environments where bacteria and mold like to grow and maintain healthier levels for your skin and wood furnishings.

Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

Sometimes called the “silent killer,” this colorless, odorless gas can build up to dangerous levels if not properly ventilated, causing headaches, drowsiness and in rare cases, even death.

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

Emitted by everything from household cleaners and paint to new furniture and dry-cleaned clothing, these compounds can have adverse effects on your short- and long-term health. Proper ventilation and filtration are essential.

Outdoor Air Quality Index (AQI)

Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) outdoor Air Quality Index (AQI) is a helpful measure of the levels of air pollution in your area.