How to improve your indoor air quality

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What are you breathing?

The COVID-19 flu virus makes us pay attention to the microbiology world in our homes. Here are some important points to help improve your health and indoor air quality (IAQ). Below read about the best air purifying device, iWave.

Did you know that sneezing sends into the air a moist cloud of aerosol droplets? These droplets can contain bacteria and viruses. The University of Bristol discovered nearly 100,000 contagious germs traveling at a speed of 100 MPH can occur when you cough or sneeze.

Other biological pollutants also cause allergic reactions like:

What causes unhealthy indoor air?

Indoor pollutants that release gases or particles are a major cause of indoor air quality problems. Poor air ventilation can increase indoor pollutant levels. High temperature and humidity levels can also increase concentrations of some pollutants as well as dry winter air.

Besides bacteria and virus contagions, here are 6 other causes of indoor air quality pollution.


House dust mites


Chemical Pollutants VOC 

The usual suspects that contain VOCs are paints, cleaners and disinfectants, stored fuels, wood preservatives, and dry-cleaned clothing, building materials, furnishings, office equipment, and graphics and craft materials can release organic compounds while they are being used and just being stored.


Carbon Monoxide (CO) 


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iWave Air Purifier

iWave air purifying device generates the same ions that nature creates with lightening, waterfalls, ocean waves. Nature uses energy and shear to break apart molecules, naturally cleaning the air and producing a healthy environment. The only difference between the iWave’s technology and nature is that the iWave does it without developing harmful ozone.

You’ll find iWave’s advanced technology provides the most effective air purification method. Other common air purification technologies require ongoing maintenance with bulb/cell replacement every year or two, making the cost of ownership undesirable.

iWave air purifiers have no harmful byproducts, and most models require no ongoing maintenance and have no replacement parts. In fact, with the iWave-R’s patent-pending self-cleaning design, you can enjoy years of maintenance-free performance.


At this time COVID-19 virus has not been made available for testing. However, the iWave family of products have been proven through independent lab testing to significantly reduce a wide variety of pathogens and viruses similar to coronavirus in the breathing zone and on hard non-porous surfaces. It is important to note that we make no medical claims.

iWave uses patented technology, called needle-point bi-polar ionization, to create equal amounts of positive and negative ions. When these ions are injected into the air stream, they break down passing pollutants and gases into harmless compounds like oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and water vapor (see illustration below).


Begin improving your indoor air quality without investing much.

4 low cost ways to improve your indoor air quality.

  1. Remove/clean or limit the source of pollution–whether it is mold or animal dander or VOC products. This is usually the best way to improve the quality of your indoor air. 
  2. Ventilate your home–filling your home with fresh air, when possible, helps reduce pollutants inside. Ventilation can mean opening windows and doors or having bathroom and kitchen fans exhaust to the outdoors. A whole home fan is a great idea. It replaces all the air in your home quickly and easily.
  3. Change furnace air filters monthly or when dirty. Dirty filters can reduce air flow by 60%!
  4. Adjust humidity levels to be between 30 and 50 percent. This is true in the humid summer and dry winter. Air conditioning helps remove humidity. And if you need more help, especially for basements, PDM offers dehumidifying solutions. In the winter a whole home humidifier helps your immune system stay strong.

Freshen up your air.

Let the PDM Clean Team help improve your Indoor Air Quality. PDM has been serving the greater Bolingbrook, Homer Glen, Joliet, New Lenox and Plainfield, IL areas since 1885. Contact PDM today for free advice. Call 815-726-6264.


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