Essentials to Life

We can only live for a few minutes without air, a few days without
water and a few weeks without food. These are life's essentials -
Air, Water and Nutrition

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Is the Air in Your Home Making your Sick?

The air inside the typical home is up to 5 times more polluted than the air outside because the home is an enclosed environment full of potential sources of air pollution. The same insulation and seals that keep warm or cold air inside your home, also keep in chemicals and particulates.

Air pollution can aggravate respiratory conditions, cause bodily irritations, sickness and even disease! Poor indoor air quality can cause or contribute to the development of chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma and lung cancer. Additionally, it can cause headaches, dry eyes, nasal congestion, nausea, fatigue, and respiratory infections. People with respiratory diseases are at greater risk.


There are three main types of air pollution:

1) Particulates (air pollutants that have mass) like dust, dander, pollen, and cigarette smoke
2) Volatile Organic Compounds (V.O.C.s) which are gases from chemicals that are released into the air by various household materials and liquids including cleaners, paints, carpets, and furniture.
3) Bio-Burden is the amount of biological material in the air, living or dead, including molds, bacteria, viruses, dust mites etc. These materials can cause allergic reactions and some even cause disease.
Q's Air Systems use a Three-Stage filtration process to reduce all of these indoor air pollutants!

The key is to reduce the amount of contaminants taken into the body by reducing the number of particles in the air. HEPA filtration is a standard developed by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission and is used to remove microscopic particles from the air. HEPA filtration will reduce the number of contaminants in the home.

Significant reduction of contaminants in the home can help the body recover from constant exposure to contaminants outside the home by reducing the stress to our respiratory system