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Your Prescription for Better Air
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Install an in-duct Ultraviolet air sanitizer.
Place a small HEPA filtered air purifier next to where you sleep.
Begin using a highly efficient furnace filter.
Get your furnace and ductwork cleaned by a skilled, experienced technician.
Have remaining carpet and upholstery professionally cleaned.
Replace old carpeting with wood laminate or some other non-porous floor covering.
These are the steps I recommend to everyone, depending on their circumstances, and the varying degree of indoor air quality they are trying to achieve.
Catching a cold in her first winter out of the hospital would have given Marley a 50% survival rate. What follows is a detailed description of the steps we took to improve the indoor air quality for Marley to prevent her from getting sick at home.
In January 2007 my daughter Marley was born extremely premature, and spent her first ten months in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (N.I.C.U.). She suffers from a chronic lung disease called Broncho-pulmonary Dysplasia. Marley was on supplemental oxygen for so long that much of her healthy lung tissue was scarred over, and her ability to take in oxygen is greatly diminished.