We love to make air better to breath
We spend more than 70% of our time at homes, in offices and other indoor environment.
Poor indoor air quality can lead to discomfort, ill health (e.g. headache, itchy eyes, respiratory difficulties, skin irritation, nausea and fatigue), and in workplace, absenteeism and lower productivity. Children, elderly and those with existing respiratory or heart disease are more susceptible to the effects of poor indoor air quality.
Good indoor air quality safeguards the health of the building occupants and contributes to their comfort and well being.
Good air quality is important for everyone, but it is especially important for certain vulnerable members of the household, including:
pregnant women and their unborn babies,
the elderly and
those suffering from respiratory or allergic diseases, such as asthma.