The Importance of Indoor Air Quality
Believe it or not, but the air in your home can become even more polluted than the air outside simply because it’s trapped within your home and continuously circulated with little reprieve. For this fact alone, you should carefully consider how to keep your air clear and clean. Your family’s health and comfort depend on it.
Count on Ravenna Oil to be your healthy air experts bringing you the best in indoor air quality products and services.
Too Much Moisture?
Excess humidity can really put a damper on your home comfort. Not only does it act as a trigger for allergies and asthma, but it creates the perfect environment for mold and mildew growth. Breathe easier with our whole-home dehumidifiers, that help you reduce your unwanted humidity while restoring your comfort and peace of mind.
Air Too Dry?
Too little humidity can be just as harmful as not enough. Our whole-home humidifiers help add the perfect amount of moisture to air that is too dry. Not only can humidifiers reduce the spread of airborne viruses and bacteria, but they also help relieve allergy symptoms, dry skin, and static shock.
Clean & Purify
If someone in your home suffers from severe allergies, asthma or has a compromised immune system, you can rest easy with our whole-home air cleaners and purifiers. They work to capture and kill up to 98% of harmful airborne toxins, viruses and bacteria – along with dust and pet dander.
Breathe Easier with Our Indoor Air Quality Products:
Humidifiers | Dehumidifiers | Air Cleaners | Air Filters | UV Lights
5 Ways to Improve Your Home's Air Quality
Poor indoor air quality has been tied to symptoms like headaches, fatigue, trouble concentrating, and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat and lungs. Aside from our high performance indoor air quality products, here are 5 ways you can improve your indoor air and keep your family happy and healthy.
Keep Smoking Outdoors
It’s no secret that smoking isn’t good for anyone but trapping that air in your home is especially bad for those who are breathing in the residual smoke. Reduce the harmful effects of secondhand smoke by keeping it outside.
Keep Humidity Between 30-50%
Too much humidity can be just as harmful as too little. Keep the humidity levels in your home between 30-50% and you’ll be more comfortable, feel healthier and pay less on your energy bills.
Avoid Synthetic Fragrances
Unnatural fragrances and sprays can emit harmful chemicals into the air your family is breathing. Check labels carefully and consider what you’re adding to your home air when you spray.
Buy an Air Filtering Plant
Certain plants can be used to eliminate toxic agents and help purify the air in your home. Consider investing in one of these to help improve your air quality.
Homes are being built tighter and tighter. One of the easiest ways to help improve air quality is opening the windows at least 5-10 minutes a day. It helps lower concentration of toxic chemicals as well as carbon dioxide and will help circulate air throughout your home.