Search Results for: indoor air quality

Ultimate Air Energy-Efficient Whole House Air Ventilation

Air quality and the harmful substances in the air we breathe often go unnoticed because air is invisible. Air quality inside the average home is at least five times more contaminated than outdoors, and we spend 90 percent of our daily lives indoors. The UltimateAir Whole-house air filtration ERV allows you to take control of your indoor air quality by flushing out harmful pollutants with clean, fresh, healthy air.

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RenewAire Energy Recovery Ventilation

More than 30 years ago, RenewAire became the first U.S. manufacturer to produce a static plate Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV). Its elegantly simple cross-flow technology offers positive air stream separation, which provides healthy, fresh air while recapturing heat or coolness normally wasted in an exhaust air stream.

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Tesoro Woods Sustainable Flooring

Tesoro Woods is a certified advocate of sourcing sustainable materials and using eco-friendly, low- VOC finishes and glues to minimize the impact on indoor air quality and health.

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Top 5 Ways to Insulate Your Green Home

Not all insulation is created equal. Some insulation might get an A for fire prevention, but receive Fs in health and safety thanks to its chemical components. Others may be easy on your energy bill but hard on the environment. Here are the top 5 eco-friendly options that also protect your indoor air quality.

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Can an Eco-Friendly Home Improve Brain Function? (Yep.)

The air you breathe may have a bigger effect on your brain’s health than you may think. Find out how your home’s indoor air quality could be negatively affecting you – and how making some eco-friendly changes could improve your mental cognition and overall health.

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Want to Be Happier, Healthier, and More Productive? Go Green.

It’s true! Research shows that green buildings have a hugely positive impact on the health (mental and physical) of the lucky people who live and work there. Going green means improving indoor air quality, making use of natural lighting, and using eco-friendly materials — all of which contribute to your happiness, health, and productivity.

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What Does the CRI Green Label Mean?

The CRI Green Label is a certification from the Carpet and Rug Institute to improve the health of indoor spaces. Today, indoor air quality (IAQ) is an important environmental consideration, especially since we spend approximately 90 percent of our time indoors.

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