Indoor Air Quality

We spend more than 90% of our time indoors breathing air that is up to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air. Indoor air can which may contain over 900 chemicals, particulates, biological materials, viruses and bacteria. Each of us breaths 9000 litres of air each day and poor indoor air quality effects the health of everyone in your home.

In a bid to make houses more efficient to lower energy bills and reduce the impact we have on climate change, steps are being taken to improve the insulation and airtightness of a home. But this means the home cannot breathe which isolates the indoors from outdoors and has a negative impact on the quality of the air inside your home trapping the pollutants and stopping them from escaping.

An understanding of how the pollutants are introduced into your home is key to delivering a cleaner environment for your family which will positively impact their health.  There are three steps you can take to towards this goal:

1. Reduce

Reducing the number of
pollutants you introduce
into the air.


2. Dilute

Ensuring that there is
adequate ventilation with
fresh clean air to dilute the pollutants.


3. Purify

Adding an air purifier to
remove the remaining pollutants
from the air you breathe.


What are the causes of indoor air pollution?

Did you know that everyday activities carried out in your home such as cleaning and cooking as well as home decorating can all be contributors to poor indoor air quality?  

Many of daily life activities in our home add moisture, small particulate matter PM2.5 (by-products of combustion) and chemical compounds know as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) to the air that you and your family breathe in. If you also have pets this can also expose allergens to your family or visitors.

Allergies & Pets

Biological pollutants such as mould, bacteria,
viruses, pollen, dust mites and animal dander
can cause poor indoor air and can affect your
health if you suffer from asthma and allergies.


Cleaning & Cosmetic Products

Cleaning products, air fresheners and cosmetic products
like spray deodorants introduce a source of chemical compounds (VOCs) damaging the indoor air in your home.


Construction Materials

 Materials used to decorate and make home
improvements such as paint, release gases (VOCs)
that are not only harmful to your health but also to
the quality of the air you breathe.



Formaldehyde is a VOC and another leading cause
of indoor air pollution. It can be found in your carpets,
curtains and the furniture inside your home.



Fires, candles and cooking all create small
particles that you cannot see, but they can
damage your health and lower the quality of the air around you.



Odours caused by new furniture, pets
or shoes can be unpleasant and can make a
home smell uninviting. Odours also caused by
pollutants like aerosols and air fresheners are
detrimental to health.


The Solution

Air filtration brings one of the best solutions to tackle poor indoor air quality (IAQ). Our Vent-Axia PureAir Room 260 removes the harmful particulate from the air that you breathe, breaks down VOCs and neutralises bad smells and is a solution for all types of habitable rooms in residential properties. 

The Vent-Axia PureAir Room is not only suitable for your home, but for all types of indoor environments such as hotels, offices, schools, public environments and where high quality air purification is required.

Pure Air Room

£275.00 (inc. VAT)

Learn more about PureAir Room

The Vent-Axia PureAir Room is a portable advanced six stage air filtration systems suitable for any habitable room. This feature rich air purifier provides an air quality reading of the indoor air within the home as well as reminds the user if the filter needs to be changed.

£325.00 (inc. VAT)

Learn more about PureAir Room X

Vent-Axia PureAir Room X has all the function as the Vent-Axia PureAir Room, but with the additional benefit of the TuyaSmart app. The app enables remote control of home appliances from anywhere.


A ‘High-Efficiency Particulate Air’ (HEPA) filter can remove up to 99.7% of particles in the air including PM2.5. Particulate matter (PM) is a term used to describe the mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets in the air. It can be either human-made or naturally occurring such as pet allergens, pollen, viruses, mould and bacteria. 


Find out more about the products

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Watch the PureAir Room create some breathing space