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Cleaning For Your Health


Cleaning for Your Health with Our HEPA Filtration Vacuum System


The quality of air we breathe continues to deteriorate. Being proactive in trying to improve the indoor air quality inside your home is vital. Especially in the colder months, homes remain closed up to keep the heat in. Any air that gets in – good or bad, has difficulty getting out. This makes it even more important to practice safe housekeeping practices.

 

Our HEPA filtration backpack vacuum system is a key benefit to asthma and allergy sufferers as the filter traps the fine particles (such as pollen and dust mite feces) which can trigger allergy and asthma symptoms. To qualify as a true HEPA filter system, the vacuum cleaner must ensure that all the air drawn into the machine then passes through the filter (with none of the air leaking past it). If some of the air leaks past the filter, then the true benefit of the HEPA system isn’t realised.HEPA-Filter.jpg


Your Indoor Air Quality


Pet owners require consistent deep cleaning in order to reduce indoor allergen levels from their homes. Animal dander (the skin scales that are constantly shed) and fur is a primary cause of indoor allergies and asthmatic reactions, due to all the different types of terrain an animal can encounter during the day.

 

With our HEPA filtration backpack vacuum system we are able to capture up to 99% of all dust, bacteria, animal dander and fur, allergens and pollen. This will ensure your home is kept healthy and safe for all of your family.

 

Indoor air quality is something we take pride in. We are aware of New Zealand’s high ranking for asthma sufferers. Our HEPA filtration system, green cleaning products and 97 point deep cleaning system are just a few ways we work to ensure the air you breathe is cleaner and better for your health.

 

For more information on this exciting information, you can visit the resources below.

 

http://www.asthmanz.co.nz/

http://www.consumer.org.nz/reports/indoor-air-quality

http://www.smarterhomes.org.nz/design/unhealthy-air/