This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Wave Home Solutions for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Did you know, EPA reports indicate that the air inside our homes maybe 5 times more polluted then outside our homes! Many people suffer from what is called Sick Home Syndrome- characterized by respiratory problems, asthma, and headaches. The source of most air pollution in our homes is moisture in crawl spaces and basements. Inadequate ventilation, and moisture, are a bad combo. Homes with excess moisture and poor ventilation, will become breeding grounds for odors, mold, dust mites, and insects. They will have higher levels of gases, radon, combustion, and volatile organic compounds. These toxic vapors don't just stay in your basements and crawl spaces, they eventually work their way upwards, into your living quarters, increasing your chances of illness. Alas there is something we can do to significantly improve the air in our homes. Wave Home Solutions has the answer.
Wave Home Purification Solutions, Wave Ventilation system will easily ventilate and dry out your home. It attacks the source of air pollution in our homes, poor ventilation and moisture. It creates the perfect balance of air exchange in our homes. It will maintain perfect air ventilation and humidity 24/7, and only cost pennies a day to run. It is maintenance free, and comes with a satisfaction guarantee.
Why work with competitors that sell dehumidifiers, that can be a hassle and costly to run, sometimes as much as $50 a month. Who wants to dump buckets of water each day, or see your electric bill skyrocket? Dehumidifiers are not the answer.
When my family lived in Michigan, we had trouble with moisture in our basement. It caused my son to have asthma. When we moved to a new home in California, his Asthma disappeared. Looking back, I wasn't aware like I should of been, regarding air pollution in our homes. What about you, do you or someone you love struggle with respiratory problems, asthma, or headaches? Do you think the situation could be improved with decreasing air pollution in the home? Let me know what you think in a comment below.