About Indoor Air Quality

How much time do you spend indoors?

Did you know indoor air is more polluted than outdoor air?

Most people spend between *60-90% of their time indoors.

  • 80% of urban Europeans live in areas exceeding the current WHO guideline values for particle matters
  • 95% of the urban Europeans are exposed to excessive ozone levels, above the WHO guidelines values (1)
  • We spend 90% of our time indoors (2)
  • Indoor air can be 2 to 50 times more polluted than outdoor air (2)
  • Every day, we eat 1kg of food, drink 2 liters of water and… breathe between 15 and 25 liters of air

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Looking after air conditioner

Looking after your air conditioner

At HealthEair, we’ve tailor designed our replaceable filters to help you save money on electricity costs and protect your home from harmful air. While our filters go a long way in achieving this, there are other factors at play.

The last thing you want is your air conditioner working against you.

We’ve prepared 10 tips to prolong the life of your air conditioner – so your HealthEair filter can perform at its maximum capabilities. Continue reading →

Polluted indoor air

Polluted indoor air

When you think of air pollution, you probably visualise somewhere outside – a big smog perhaps? But in reality, the air inside your home can be just as polluted as the air outside.

Poor indoor air quality can result in significant adverse on our health and environment according to the Department of Environment.

Indoor air quality has become an important health and safety concern – and one of the common causes of Continue reading →