Breathing stale air in your home can lead to asthma and other illnesses
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When the temperature plummets, the first thing we do is seal the windows and doors shut in our home to keep our family healthy. But, ironically enough, by locking out the cold, we're often locking in airborne contaminants such as dust, mold and bacteria.
What happens when we breath in all this stale air over the course of the winter? We may develop colds, allergies and, even worse, asthma.
Luckily, there's a simple way to guarantee that you and your loved ones are inhaling pure, healthy air without ever cracking open a window. By purchasing an Air Knight Air Purification System, homeowners can ensure that every cubic foot of their abode has been purged of unwanted contaminants. Here's how it works and where it's been tested:
- The Air Knight uses RGF technology to purify the premises.
- RGF technology relies on a broad spectrum of UV lamps to create airborne oxidizers that kill viruses, bacteria, mold spores and odors.
- It's the same technology used in America's largest restaurant chains, public schools and hospitals.
- When tested by Kansas State University, RGF actually exceeded technological expectations, a rare feat.
If you want to raise the standard of air you and your family breathe in this winter, contact Michael & Son
to learn more about the Air Knight Air Purification System and how it can increase your quality of life.