Features & Benefits
Indoor Air Pollution
Indoor air pollution comes from a variety of different sources, some, such as harsh cleaning products, are easy to spot. But others may not be so obvious. If you’re cooking on a gas stove, for example, you could be releasing dangerous amounts of Nitrogen Dioxide into your home, diminishing the quality of your indoor air.
Scented products, such as candles, laundry detergent, and air fresheners often contain harmful ingredients that can also impact indoor air quality. And if you live in a new build or have recently remodeled, you could be exposed to dangerous levels of chemicals and VOCs from new flooring, paint, furnishings, or even carpets.
Add to this, the fact that modern homes are well-insulated and draft-free, so pollutants are often trapped inside, with nowhere to go.
Purifiers are clinically proven to remove the most dangerous pollutants such as viruses, bacteria, mold, smoke, allergens, chemicals, gases, VOCs, and pet dander.
Time and again, doctors recommend the Austin Air purifiers for health issues such as asthma, allergies, COPD, sleep disorders, headaches, and more.