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 Another approach to lowering the concentrations of indoor air pollutants in your home is to increase the amount of outdoor air coming indoors.

Advanced designs of new homes are starting to feature mechanical systems that bring outdoor air into the home. Some of these designs include energy-efficient heat recovery ventilators (also known as air-to-air heat exchangers).

What are whole home air cleaners? Essentially, they are state-of-the-art filtering and cleaning systems that are installed into your air duct network that’s attached to your home’s heating and air conditioning system.  Air Oxidizers, Media Filtration, UV Lighting, Electronic Air Cleaners and Humidifiers are ways to clear the air and eliminate indoor pollution. 

Got Allergies ? 

Health effects from indoor air pollutants may be experienced soon after exposure or, possibly, years later.

Many households fail to change their Humidifier filters annually.

Blower Wheels will collect & distribute dust and contaminants in poorly filtered systems.

​So call Arbor Breeze and let Southeast Michigan’s indoor air quality experts help you clear the air.

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Call us. Our knowledgeable professionals can perform a indoor air quality evaluation to assess your needs.  

Our knowledgeable professionals can offer you a free indoor air quality evaluation and help you assess your family’s indoor air quality needs. We can also help you select the system that’s most appropriate for your home environment, and then install it and keep it running with proper maintenance.

Find Information about Your Local Indoor Air Quality

Human comfort, productivity, and a sense of health and well-being are the positive outcome of a healthy indoor environment. Human comfort depends on an interaction of multiple variables. Optimizing both temperature and relative humidity satisfies the comfort requirements for a wider variety of occupants than optimizing only temperature. Carbon dioxide (CO2) level is a surrogate measurement for indoor air quality and human presence.

Air pollution is usually thought of as something that occurs outdoors, but did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the American Lung Association (ALA) both agree that indoor pollution is sometimes even worse? Unlike outdoor air pollution, indoor air pollutants have nowhere to go. They just keep circulating in your home, which means you just keep breathing them in.