|IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) Problem|
Allergies: pet allergies, pet dander, dust, mold allergies, dust mites, pollen, allergens, etc.
Biozone Air Purifiers
Please use our quick navigation on the right to go directly to allergy issues caused by pet dander, airborne allergens, pollen, dust, dust mites and mold. Learn how Biozone air purifiers can reduce allergy symptoms by purifying the air and breathe pure air. I
Pollen and allergens that trigger allergy symptoms
Many people are allergic to pollen, and pollen allergies can also be an asthma trigger.
On high pollen days, it's best to stay indoors with the windows closed and your air purifier on. Using your air conditioner may help to filter outside air coming into the home will dramatically help provide allergy relief by eliminating allergens that drift inside the home from pollen, especially on those high pollen days.
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Biozone air purifiers have been proven to eliminate pet dander, help reduce asthma symptoms and therefore enhance the quality of life for those with pet allergies and asthma. Our incredible air cleaners simply improve the indoor air quality in homes, businesses and travel environments.
Biozone Air Purifiers Reduce Allergy Symptoms - How?
Do you suffer from pet allergies?
Don't give away your furry friends just yet - Biozone Can Help!
Biozone air purifiers can rid your home and environment of pet dander and all the other elements that cause pet allergy symptoms.
About Your Pets
The unpleasant aspects of our furry friends...your pet's dead skin flakes, urine, feces, saliva and hair can trigger asthma. Dogs, cats, rodents, including hamsters and guinea pigs, and other mammals can trigger asthma in individuals with an allergic reaction to pet dander.
It's the proteins in the pet dander, urine, or saliva of warm-blooded animals, like cats, dogs, horses, etc., that are known to cause allergic reactions or trigger asthma episodes in individuals who are sensitive to animal allergens such as pet dander.
Even if you remove your pet from the home, pet allergens are reported to stay in the home for several months after the pet has been removed, even after a thorough cleaning.