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Common Indoor Air Quality Issues in Homes

Whether you live in an apartment or a house, old or new, there are tiny invisible air pollutants that attack our health and cause serious problems. Our homes can harbor invisible threats like PMs (tiny dust particles that irritate lungs), VOCs (gases from paints and furniture that can cause headaches), allergens (dust mites, pet dander, and mold that trigger allergic reactions), mold growth in damp environments (leading to respiratory problems), and poorly maintained HVAC systems that spread pollutants throughout the house.

Air Pollutants

Dust, pet dander, pollen, mold spores, VOCs, carbon monoxide, and radon can cause health issues.

Particulate Matter

Harmful particles from cooking and burning can be inhaled.


Cleaning products, furniture and building materials emit harmful substances.


Dust mites and pet dander can trigger allergies.

Mold and Mildew

Moisture-related problems lead to respiratory issues and worsen allergies.

HVAC System Issues

Poorly maintained systems can pollute indoor air.

Health Impacts

Long-term exposure to common indoor air pollutants like dust, mold, VOCs, and poorly maintained HVAC systems can have significant health consequences, including respiratory problems, fatigue and headaches, developmental issues in children, increased risk of chronic diseases like asthma and heart disease, and even potential impacts on cognitive function.

Respiratory Problems

Indoor air pollutants like dust, mold spores, pet dander, and pollen can trigger or worsen respiratory conditions such as asthma, bronchitis, and allergies.

Fatigue and Headaches

Exposure to indoor air pollutants can result in fatigue, headaches, and a general feeling of unwellness.

Child Development Risks

Children, especially infants, are more vulnerable to the effects of indoor air pollution, and exposure can lead to developmental issues and long-term health consequences.

Asthma Exacerbation

Poor indoor air quality can trigger asthma attacks in individuals with asthma, making their condition more severe and challenging to manage.

Chronic Disease Risk

Long-term exposure to indoor air pollutants has been associated with an increased risk of chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease and lung cancer.

Cognitive Function

Studies have shown that poor indoor air quality can lead to cognitive impairment, reduced concentration, and decreased productivity.

Empirical Evidences

The impacts of indoor air quality on human health are well-documented and supported by various scientific researches. 

Scientific Studies

Numerous scientific studies conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), have consistently shown a correlation between poor indoor air quality and adverse health effects.

Clinical Observations

Healthcare professionals often encounter patients whose health conditions worsen or are directly related to exposure to indoor air pollutants. These observations provide direct evidence of the link between indoor air quality and health problems.

Epidemiological Evidence

Epidemiological studies have consistently demonstrated the association between indoor air pollution and various health outcomes, such as respiratory illnesses and cognitive impairment.


ARVE- Swiss Air Quality System tackles air quality holistically, going beyond simply monitoring pollutants. Instead, it assesses exposure, evaluates health risks, and creates a customized plan to safeguard your well-being in your home.

Pollutant Identification

ARVE acts as your indoor air detective, uncovering the hidden threats lurking in your home. Using advanced sensors, it identifies dust, allergens, harmful gases, and other pollutants, empowering you to understand the air you breathe.

Air Filtration and Purification

Once identified, these pollutants don't stand a chance. ARVE's powerful filtration systems, equipped with high-performance filters, neutralize and remove harmful particles, creating a cleaner and healthier indoor environment.

Monitoring and Rea-Time Data Collection

Knowledge is power, and ARVE keeps you informed. Continuous monitoring and real-time data collection provide valuable insights into your air quality, allowing you to track progress and make informed decisions.

Health Risk Assessment

The ARVE system evaluates the health risks associated with air pollution by considering exposure levels and established health guidelines.

Public Awareness and Education

ARVE believes informed communities are healthier communities. They actively raise awareness about the importance of indoor air quality and educate the public on simple actions to create healthier homes.

Smart Integrations

Seamlessly integrate ARVE with your smart home ecosystem. Control air quality, receive real-time alerts, and access data remotely, all through your preferred smart home interface.

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