World Asthma Day

Asthma is a lung disease that makes breathing difficult for millions of Americans. Although there isn't a cure, it can be managed and treated so you can live a normal, healthy life and it all starts with the indoor air you breathe.


Indoor Air Quality & Asthma

Americans spend nearly 90% of their time indoors. Without proper ventilation and air filtration, the air we breathe indoors can be 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air. Allergens and other contaminants such as dust, pollen, pet dander, mold, bacteria, chemicals and gasses from cleaning supplies, and other volatile organic compounds circulate through the air we breathe and create an environment that is determinantal to our overall health. Especially those who already suffer from allergies and other respiratory health issues such as asthma. Medication is necessary for chronic asthma sufferers, however, creating a healthy indoor environment by capturing and removing indoor airborne allergens and contaminants is just as necessary. Asthma is no longer considered a single disease and the management steps may vary slightly depending on the type of asthma that you have. There are four known types of asthma and by working with your doctor and managing indoor air quality, there are different options available to treat that type of asthma. Asthma can be diagnosed at any time in someones life. While there isn't a cure for asthma, it can be managed. Working towards creating a healthy indoor environment, along with along side a medical professional, you can combat asthma flareups caused by exposure to poor indoor air quality.


Improving Your Indoor Air Quality

The necessity for healthy indoor air is most important for those who suffer from health-related issues such as asthma and other respiratory-related issues. Aside from regular cleaning, here are 5 steps Fresh Air Matters recommends and how we can help you create clean, healthy indoor air.


Step 1: Regularly scheduled filter replacement

Step 2: Air Duct Cleaning

Step 3: HVAC Maintenance

Step 4: Carpet Cleaning

Step 5: Continual Air Filtration or Whole Home UV Installation


Why Fresh Air Matters?

Fresh Air Matters specializes in creating a healthy indoor environment by creating fresh, purified indoor air. Our plans, services, air purifiers, and other indoor air quality products clean the air by capturing and eliminating indoor airborne allergens and contaminents such as dust, pollen, pet dander, mold, bacteria, viruses, chemicals from cleaning supplies, and other volital organic compounds that can negatively impact your overall health.

Fresh Air Matters is dedicated to our community and through The Fresh Air Matters Initiative, we help teachers and students breathe the purified air they deserve. But, we need your help! When you make a donation of any amount or purchase an official Fresh Air Matters tee shirt, we will use ALL monetary donations and ALL net proceeds from our tee shirt sales to donate an Austin Air Systems air purifier to teachers around the country!



Contact us for more information about how can help you breathe the fresh, purified air you deserve.

Call or Text: (469) 469-1852

Email: freshairhelp@freshairmatters.com





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