Clean Air

We all release carbon dioxide when we breathe, resulting in increased levels indoors. Increased CO2 causes drowsiness, exhaustion, and, consequently poor cognitive performance. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend at least five air changes per hour in all buildings.

Indoor air doesn’t just contain airborne viruses. Pollution from smoke, gases like radon, building materials such as asbestos, and ingredients in cleaning supplies are all contaminants that we inhale at home.

Together with our partners and their innovative products, we revolutionize indoor air quality in homes through a steadfast commitment to research, seamless integration, and cutting-edge technology.