Air Purification

Many people are surprised to learn that some of their health concerns may be related to the air they are breathing in their own home. Health experts realize that for long term health, it’s imperative that you breathe air free of mold, viruses and bacteria.

Why You Need a Home Air Filter?

The EPA warns us that indoor air quality is the number one environmental health problem in the US. Today’s homes and building are built air-tight and contain a long list of pollutants, and super-insulated homes can contain up to 200% more allergens than ordinary homes – not a good sign for a society full of people who tend to spend about 90% of their time indoors. The good news is that our state-of-the-art air purifiers can purify the air you breathe each day.


Many health challenges are related to mold, viruses and bacteria that are untouched by common air purifiers. Some air filters that contain paper filters may even make mold issues worse.

Common Air Pollutants

The three main categories of indoor air pollutants are

  1. Particulates – Over 99% of particulate matter is invisible to the naked eye and easily infiltrates the lungs. On average, every cubic foot of untreated indoor air contains 20 million particles.
  2. Volatile Organic Compounds – VOCs are chemicals that evaporate at room temperature. VOC’s are emitted by a wide array of products used in homes including paints and lacquers, paint strippers, varnishes, cleaning supplies, air fresheners, pesticides, building materials, and furnishings. VOC’s are released from products into the home both during use and while stored.
  3. Microbes – Includes three major types of organisms: bacteria, protozoa, and fungi/mold. Most of these contaminants rely on a humid and moist environment for growth and survival. Some molds produce certain chemicals, such as mycotoxins. It is quite common for the ducts that provide us with heat and cooling to be filled with mold that is then blown into your living areas.


As a result of the pollutants above, the EPA informs us that 6 out of 10 homes and buildings are “sick,” meaning they are potentially hazardous to your health. Immediate effects of poor indoor air quality include irritation of the eyes, nose and throat, headaches, asthma, and symptoms that may mimic a cold or virus. In the long term, pollutants and air toxins can lead to respiratory diseases, heart disease and cancer.

Choosing a Home Air Filter

A home air filter can remove indoor air pollutants and improve the health of you and your family. But with so many home air filters on the market, how do you know which one to choose?


At Tree of Life, we performed months of research to find the best in-home air filtration system for our customers: Air Oasis Air Purification.


Traditional air purifiers catch particulates in a filter, but do little or nothing to filter volatile organic compounds and other dangerous pollutants. Air Oasis uses a process called photo catalytic oxidation to destroy particulates and neutralize VOCs, without the potential dangers of using ozone or negative ions. Best of all, Air Oasis Air Purifiers have no filters to change and require virtually no maintenance.


If you have a larger home, it may be best to put a Whole House Unit in the living area and room units in each bedroom. You can also install in-duct units. (Call our office for information and pricing.)

Types of Air Oasis Air Purification Systems

The Whole House unit covers up to 3000 sq. ft., requires 4″ x 4″ x 14.5″ and costs $499.99. (not pictured)


The Apartment unit covers up to 1000 sq. ft., requires 4″ x 4″ x 13.5″ and costs $399.99.





The Room unit covers up to 500 sq. ft., requires 3″ x 3″ x 12″ and costs $299.99.


Contact Tree of Life today to discuss your needs for home air-purification and start breathing easier with peace of mind that you are protecting your family from potentially dangerous mold, virus and bacteria.

Learn More

To learn more about air pollution in your home, listen to the following interview with Dr. Jeff Bennett of Air Oasis.

Could The Air In Your Home Be Making You Sick?

Or read our brochure on clean air.

Free In-Home Indoor Air Pollution Test

Does the air in your home harbor mold and bacteria? Find out with Tree of Life’s free in-home air pollution test. After you've completed the indoor air pollution test, bring the Petri dish to Tree of Life for a free consultation. We'll help you analyze the results and suggest ways to improve your indoor air quality. Contact us to pick up your free in-home air pollution test today.

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