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Problems With Domestic Indoor Air

  • The EPA (environmental protection agency) in America says most indoor air has 2 - 10 times higher concentrations of harmful pollutants than outdoor air. Some organisations have reported inside pollution levels up to 100 times that found outside.

  • The air indoors is the No. 1 environmental health risk.

  • No building is immune to indoor air quality problems - homes are filled with prime sources of airborne allergens and contaminants

  • The American College of Allergists says that 50% of all illness is either caused by or aggravated by indoor air contaminants

Consider the various problems areas...

  • Moisture encourages bacteria and mould growth
  • Aerosol products release harmful gases
  • Flushing of toilet releases airborne droplets containing bacteria
  • Chemical fumes released from dry cleaned clothes
  • Dust mites exist every where but often concentrate in bed linen


  • Exhaust from cars and other engines remain in air for long periods of time
  • Fumes from stored gas cans paint, solvents, cleaning materials, pesticides and chemicals
  • Solvents, paints, adhesives, epoxy etc. release harmful gases
  • Dusts from wood working, cement and power tools can trigger respiratory problems.
  • Household cleaners release unhealthy vapours
  • Moisture encourages bacteria and mould growth
  • Pressed wood cabinets are a source of formaldehyde and other fumes
Living Area
  • Fireplaces, stoves and tobacco products produce combustion pollutants and harmful particulates
  • Carpets, curtains, furnishings paneling and and laminated materials all 'off gas' toxic fumes
  • Pets leave allergens such as dander, feathers, or skin.