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Homeowners Admit to Dust Bunny Dilemma
Date:9/5/2007

American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning's Dust Bunny Barometer Uncovers Concerns and Solutions for Poor Indoor Air Quality in 20 Major

U.S. Cities

TYLER, Texas, Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The dust has settled -- and chances are dust bunnies are lurking in your home, especially if you live in Pittsburgh or Seattle.

Nearly 75 percent of homeowners admitted their houses had unwanted piles of dust, pet hair and other particles known as dust bunnies, according to those surveyed in 20 major U.S. cities for the first-ever Dust Bunny Barometer from American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning.

The Dust Bunny Barometer from American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning found that 82 percent of Pittsburgh and Seattle residents battle dust bunnies in their homes, the most of those cities surveyed. Sacramento reported the fewest dust bunnies but still claimed a significant presence with 69 percent of residents admitting to having them in their homes. Results for all 20 cities can be found at http://www.americanstandardair.com/dustbunny.

While dust bunnies live in most homes, only a small number of households are taking significant preventative action against poor indoor air quality, which can be aggravated by dust, particulates and allergens. The findings revealed 75 percent of respondents expressed concern about the air quality inside their homes -- but only 11 percent feel they have their dust bunny population under control.

"The Dust Bunny Barometer tells us that homeowners know they have dust bunnies and they're concerned about the air in their homes," said Joyce Warrington, national brand director, American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning. "Families want solutions to get rid of dust bunnies once and for all so that they can breathe easier in their own homes."

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