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Need Fresh Air? Get Indoor Plants

NEED FRESH AIR? Get Indoor Plants Do you think that you breathe clean air in your house? Think again! Without enough and proper air circulation system, your house air contains hazardous chemicals from furniture, painting, and other products, that slowly accumulated inside your house. To combat those toxins, one of the best way is Get yourself indoor plants. Vera Aloe Also called as Aloe Barbadensis, this plants, besides its medical properties of its gel, also serve as air purifier. For small amount of benzene and formaldehyne, this plant is more than enough to filter them. Plant Spider Claimed by NASA as the best filter against formaldehyde, this plant is also effective to filter monoxide, carbon, benzene and xylene. Daisies Gerber Daisies' big, colorful and bold flowers have made it the ideal decorative plant. Besides its beauty, Gerber Daisies also can function as carbon dioxide absorber and oxygen generator at night. Gerber Daisies can also get rid of trichloroethylene and benzene. Plant Snake An effective filter to formaldehyde, snake plant also can effectively remove nitrogen oxide. Snake plant is relatively easy to take care of. It can withstand minimal lighting and can tolerate irregular watering. Chrvsanth Seasonal flower, that lasts only for 6 weeks, works effectively to remove xylene, ammonia, formaldehyde and benzene. Fern Boston This exotic plant uses moisture to get rid of benzene, formaldehyde, and xylene. Fig Weeping Weeping fig, also known as Ficus Benjamina, a hard to care for plant, is useful to filter formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and benzene. Palm Areca As natural humidifier, this plant can also absorb toxics, especially if is it put near newly varnished furniture or carpeted areas. It is effective against formaldehyde and xylene. Azalea This plant with bright pink flowers prefers cooler place to life. Azalea is effective to neutralize formaldehyde. English l Ivy Allergen Removal English Ivy not only removes toxins such as benzene, trichloroethylene, formaldehyde and carbon monoxide, but also removes allergens from the air. Dracaena This plant can grow well in minimal lighting and normal room temperatures. Warneck Dracaena is popular for its capability to filter toxins from painting and varnishes, specifically, benzene, trichloroethylene, xylene and toluene. Chinese Chinese evergreen cannot tolerate high light intensitiess. It is known to remove formaldehyde and benzene. Palm Bamboo Bamboo palm, or Chamaedorea seifritzii, can be used as a natural humidifier to keep the dry area humid. peace A Peace lily has many ways to clean the air in our house. Besides removing several toxins such as trichloroethylene and formaldehyde, it also gets rid of mold spores and ammonia, and absorbs acetone. Keep it dust free to keep it working to clean your air optimally. ONE HOUR HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING Always On Time.Or You Don't Pay A Dime! 1:::: Gerber Warneck Everareen Lily

Need Fresh Air? Get Indoor Plants

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Have you ever wondered what you can do to get better air quality in your home? At One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning have a solution; getting indoor plants. There are many different types of indoo...


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