Breathing Clean Air
The average adult spends more than 80% of their time indoors, making air quality important to maintaining good health.
You can improve your indoor air in a variety of ways:
1. Select low or zero VOC paint. This will help reduce breathable toxins by minimizing these volatile organic compounds.
2. Purchase an ENERGY STAR® qualified air purifier. It can improve the quality of the air you breathe indoors while reducing utility bills.
3. Change your air filters on a regular basis. You can save up to $180 per year by replacing dirty filters every three months.
Include safety as part of your clean air campaign, purchasing such items as smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.