The team at online store Think Air Purifiers are IAQ and EPA-certified indoor air quality experts who focus on finding the right air purifying systems for their customers’ specific needs. Their new industry report titled New Home Air Quality says that the new home smell many home buyers find appealing is caused by chemicals released from the products used to build the home. The report explains why this is a potential health risk and presents strategies residents can implement to prevent illness.
More information is available at https://thinkairpurifiers.com/blogs/news/new-home-air-quality
Some home buyers love the smell of a newly built home so much they buy air fresheners that give off this same scent. The authentic new home smell, however, is a result of chemical off-gassing. In their newly released New Home Air Quality report, Think Air Purifiers say these airborne particles can be harmful and explain what to do to safely eliminate them.
With advances in home building technologies, modern construction materials are now less expensive and facilitate faster construction. Despite the benefits, these products offer they also introduce pollutants into the environment. Known as Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), these by-products are produced by building materials, new furniture, carpeting, flooring, cleaning products, paint, and cabinets.
Common VOCs include Toluene, Formaldehyde, Acetone, and Benzene, chemicals that can cause headaches and dizziness, and can irritate residents’ eyes and throats. They can also lead to vomiting, liver damage, kidney failure, and some strains of cancer when present in higher concentrations.
To properly eliminate these particulates from indoor home environments, the Think Air Purifiers report suggests investing in an air purifier that offers immediate and long-term benefits. One of their most effective systems is the AirpuraC600DLX Allergies, Asthma, Chemical, MCS, and Odor Air Purifier.
The Airpura C600DLX can remove over 4000 chemicals and VOCs from the air. With variable speeds, it provides flexible airflow options and does not emit ozone.
With the release of their New Home Air Quality report, the experts at Think Air Purifiers are giving buyers of newly built houses the information they need to protect friends and family from VOCs being released by the advanced construction materials used to create their home’s structure and indoor finishes.
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