Since 2009 we have been providing clean air solutions for homes, businesses, schools, hotels, transportation, government and healthcare facilities throughout North America.
Like our name suggests, Advanced Air is committed to providing our clients with advanced air purification technologies which deliver the best results possible in any type of indoor environment and any sized space.
All Advanced Air products are manufactured in an EPA registered and ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified factory.
Advanced Air offers a variety of air purification technologies and products which come in a variety of sizes and are designed to cater to each client's needs.
Is to provide our clients with industry leading air purification products which are made to the highest standard of quality; are safe, effective and also affordable. We do this because clean air is our passion; and breathing clean air is not a luxury, it is a necessity and essential for good health.
YOU INHALE APPROXIMATELY 2000 - 3000 GALLONS OF AIR PER DAY.
You likely understand the importance and health benefits of clean water, of which you consume about 1 gallon per day (8 glasses). Yet, most people are unaware of, or ignore the importance of breathing clean air, as well. Each day the average person will take over 17,000 breaths and inhale between 2000 - 3000 times more air then they drink water. For this reason, breathing clean air is also essential to maintaining good health.
YOU SPEND ABOUT 90% OF YOUR TIME INDOORS.
According to the EPA we spend nearly 90% of our time indoors; at work, at school and at home. If you are like most people, that means you spend almost all of your time indoors. This should be a major concern, when you consider this and the next fact together.
THE QUALITY OF INDOOR AIR CAN BE 2 TO 5 TIMES (AND EVEN UP TO 10 TIMES) MORE POLLUTED THAN THE WORST OUTDOOR AIR.
Most people recognize the health concerns that outdoor air pollution poses, but few consider that exposure to poor indoor air quality has the same ill health effects. According to the EPA, the air inside the average non-smoking home is between 2 and 5 times more polluted then the air outside. The EPA also states that concentrations of many VOC’s (Volitile Organic Compounds) are constantly higher indoors (up to 10 times higher); some of which may have short and long-term health effects.
SOURCES OF INDOOR AIR POLLUTION ARE ALL AROUND YOU.
Studies conducted by the EPA have shown that indoor air quality is a problem for all types of indoor environments whether it be our own homes or places of work whether in a dense urban city or a rural town. Some of the sources include:
Combustion sources: gas, oil, kerosene and wood stoves or fireplaces, tobacco smoke
Building materials: insulation, carpet, cabinetry, pressed wood products
Chemical products: cleaning products, personal care products, glues, pastes
Outdoor sources: radon, pesticides, pollen, outdoor air pollution
Other: pet dander, dust mites, mold, viruses, bacteria, micro-organisms