The threats at your home

We all know that outdoor pollution is a problem, but the chances are you don't worry too much about the quality of the air in your own home. Many of the things we do at home, such as decorating, burning candles and using air fresheners can increase our exposure to pollutants.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the top five air quality problems in the U.S. are all indoor air problems.

Common residential indoor pollutants include excessive moisture, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), combustion products, radon, pesticides, dust particles, pollen, smoke, viruses, and bacteria.

If you're elderly or you have a pre-existing health condition, such as asthma, heart disease or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), you're particularly vulnerable to the effects of home pollution.

Children and young adults are also more at risk, because they have faster breathing rates, their airways are smaller and their lungs are still developing, so inflammation caused by pollution can cause them to narrow more easily than in older people. Also, pollution can interact with allergens to cause asthma at an early age.

Unlike outdoor air, the air inside our homes is commonly unregulated and has been largely ignored by researchers.

Home air pollution can be caused by many things. These include:

-how you heat your home
-how you cook
-poor ventilation
-damp
-chemicals in cleaning products
-some building materials
-cigarette smoke
-mould

Why ZeroxPro?

ZeroxPro will take care of all the pollution around your house not only trapping solid particles, it will also eliminate odours and neutralise dust in the room with its 3 stage HEPA filtration and negative Ion Technology. Whether it is your children health, your pet dander or simply smell from cooking - ZeroxPro will take care of it for you.
Discover a new way of breathing with ZeroxPro.

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