Indoor air pollution is one of the top five environmental risk to public health. Just one cubic foot of air can have more than 30 million pollutants- that's 100 times more than the air outside.
Seasonal allergies can be triggered by breathing pollen, dust, molds, spores, and pet dander. Some of these particles can be as small as half of one micron in size – too small to be filtered out by a 1” disposable filter
Low relative humidity makes you more susceptible to catching a cold and flue viruses have been linked to speedier progression and transmission in dry air. Static shock and dry skin itchy eyes and sore throat can all be traced back to air that's not properly humidified.
Dry air can also cause structural damage to your home and belongings. It can cause walls, woodwork and hardwood floors to crack. And those annoying static shocks? They can cause irreplaceable damage to your electronic equipment.