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Although most consumers would rather spend their last housing dollars on a Jacuzzi than on an air cleaner, the benefits of clean indoor air are fast becoming a sales plus. Indoor air quality has become a frequent topic on the evening news and in glossy home magazines. It's a safe assumption that aircleaning systems will take a bigger percent of the hvac market as manufacturers increasingly promote them, particularly in move-up and luxury homes. Anne Drake, a spokeswoman for Honeywell, which manufactures a variety of air-cleaning and climate systems, says the company's goal is to have "total climate control" systems, including air cleaners, in 25% of all new construction in the next decade. Right now, only about 5% of new