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BEAM Improves Indoor Air Quality

Clinically proven BEAM Central Vacuum System removes dirt and allergens from living areas... reducing allergy symptoms as much as 61%!*

Unlike conventional vacuums that can recirculate dust, a BEAM Central Vacuum System removes 100% of contacted dirt, dust mites, pollen, dander and other allergens and carries them away from living areas—to help improve indoor air quality. Research has proven that a BEAM system provides measurable relief for allergy sufferers—as much as 61%!*. A BEAM central vacuum system makes for a cleaner home and healthier living, even if you don't suffer from allergies.

ALA Health House

American Lung Association, Health House requires central vacuum systems in houses where more than 70% of flooring is carpeted

Powerful deep cleaning

Up to five times more powerful than an upright vacuum, a BEAM Central Vacuum System deep cleans carpets, upholstery, draperies, wood and tile. You'll even dust less often!

Allergy Sufferers, Veterinarians Manage Dander with BEAM Central Vacuum

According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI), as many as 10 million of the 100 million Americans who own pets are allergic to their dogs and cats. Yet 80 percent of pet owners keep their pets inside the home, triggering sneezing, itching, watery eyes, runny nose and a variety of other allergic reactions.

The same deep cleaning and allergen-reducing capability that makes BEAM Central Vacuum Systems appealing to veterinarians also makes them ideal for pet owners’ homes.

In fact, numerous allergy physicians and environmental organizations such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) say the use of central vacuum systems may help some patients live comfortably with pets in the home. Because they exhaust no air into the room that can stir up pet dander and other allergens and completely remove contacted allergens from the living area, central vacuum systems significantly reduce exposure to animal dander, dust mites and other allergens.

*Study results published in the Journal of Investigational Allergology & Clinical Immunology.

Central vacuum systems provide cleaner indoor air by efficiently removing particles without stirring up microscopic dust particles and remitting them into the interior of the home.  The vacuum receptacle is vented outside of the living space keeping the air inside free of pollutants.

– The Healthy House Institute

DID YOU KNOW?

Air pollution contributes to lung disease, including respiratory tract infections, asthma and lung cancer and 87% of home owners are not aware that pollution may be worse in the homes than outdoors.

– American Lung Association

Indoor air quality is 2 to 5 times - and occasionally 100 times, worse than outdoors air.  It is estimated that most people spend 90% of their time indoors. Six out of 10 homes and buildings are “sick” and are hazardous to the occupants.

– Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Central vacuum systems provide cleaner indoor air by efficiently removing particles without stirring up microscopic dust particles and remitting them into the interior of the home.  The vacuum receptacle is vented outside of the living space keeping the air inside free of pollutants.

– The Healthy House Institute

It is well known that poor indoor air quality increases the severity and frequency of respiratory symptoms experiences by asthmatics.  Dust mites are the only indoor air pollutants that are recognized to cause asthma in otherwise healthy people.

– Health Canada

Asthma is under-diagnosed and under- treated, creating a substantial burden to individuals and families, possibly restricting individual’s activities for a lifetime.  An estimated 235 billion people globally suffer from asthma and is the most common chronic disease among children.

– World Health Organization

Approximately 500 bacterial species are estimated to be present in dust, including Staphylococcus and Streplococcus.

– BMC Microbiology

Nearly 2 million people worldwide die prematurely from illness attributed to indoor air pollution.  Of those, more than 1 million people a year die from chronic obstructive respiratory diseases (COPD) that develop due to exposure to indoor air pollutants.  It is believed that 64 million people have some form of COPD and the World Health Organization predicts that it will become the 3rd leading cause of death worldwide by 2030.

– World Health Organization