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man at desk taking deep relaxing breaths

You guys know this. The Orlando area is a crazy, busy place.

Every single day, 850 flights come and go from our airport, putting fumes into the sky.

Every year, more than 50 MILLION visitors come to Disney World alone, and Orlando has been named the largest travel and tourism destination by the World Travel and Tourism Council.

We’ve been rated as the 18th worst city in the entire country to drive in, based on the amount of congestion, time of delays, and the number of accidents. Lots of cars on the road put lots of fuel emissions into the air.

So with all the traffic, it’s no wonder that sometimes the air quality inside our homes isn’t so great, infusing every breath we take with chemicals, fumes, dust, and germs.

You know this, too:

Breathing is really important. Here’s how to do it better.

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) matters

According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air quality can be two to five times worse than outdoor air quality, and sometimes even up to 100 times worse.

But it’s not just traffic here in our area that might affect us.

The sources of indoor air pollutants can vary from household to household, but some common culprits include these things:

  • Combustion sources such as oil, gas, kerosene, coal, wood, and tobacco products
  • Building materials and furnishings like carpets, upholstery, and insulation
  • Household cleaning and maintenance products
  • Poorly maintained central heating and cooling systems and humidification devices
  • Outdoor sources such as radon and pesticides that infiltrate the home

What happens when you have poor indoor air quality?

Doctors and scientists know that indoor air quality problems can lead to irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat, headaches, dizziness, and fatigue. If you have allergies or asthma, poor IAQ exacerbates allergies and asthma.

Worse yet, the American Lung Association reports that poor indoor air quality can increase the risk of respiratory infections, lung cancer, and heart disease.

One statistic will shock you: According to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), indoor air pollution is a major environmental health problem, with 4.3 million people dying annually from exposure to household air pollution.

Here’s how to breathe better

There’s a simple solution to poor indoor air quality.

It’s an air purification system.

For years, ServiceOne has sold the best in the industry.: The REME Halo Air Purification System.

REME stands for Reflective Electro Magnetic Energy technology. This proprietary technology combines two different air-cleansing methods: Hydrogen Peroxide and Ultraviolet light. (UV-C).

This fierce combo can kill airborne contaminants such as bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Medical studies show that the REME Halo destroys 99% of germs and particulates in the air, including COVID!

No more odors. No more pet dander. No more smoke.

Your air will be pristine and pure, improving your health and reducing problems for people with respiratory ailments.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), says improving indoor air quality can lead to a 6-9% increase in worker productivity and a 10-25% decrease in respiratory-related illnesses.

Whether you want better air in your business or your home, you can count on the REME Halo to get the job done.

Is a REME Halo worth the money?

Customers often ask if a REME Halo air purification system is worth the money.

I’m a firm believer that it is, but defer to you to answer that question by asking,

“How important is your health to YOU?”

If you care about your family’s overall well-being…

If you have anyone who suffers from allergies or asthma…

If you have pets…

If you breathe to stay alive…

A REME Halo is absolutely, positively, a fantastic, maintenance-free investment for your family and your future.

Good news!

You know how I like to give you good news.

Here it is.

The REME Halo is a super-easy install for our qualified techs. It’s a cylindrical object that we insert into your existing system where it will release an undetectable mist of hydrogen peroxide while sending all the air through a UV light.

Your lungs will thank you.

Want more good news?

Now through the end of June 2023, ServiceOne is giving you $100 OFF on the installation of a REME Halo Air Purification System.

Call us to schedule your install…because there’s nothing better than breathing a sigh of relief!


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