We often think of air pollutants as being outdoors. While that’s true, there are also plenty of common indoor air pollutants that can affect your family’s comfort, health, and even safety. It can be easy to forget or overlook these indoor irritants, so we’ve created a list of some of the most common air pollutants and their causes. If you have any of these issues in your home — we have a great idea for cleaning things up.
It’s no secret that fresh, clean air is ultimately important to our health. And it’s only natural to want to make sure that you and your family are breathing the freshest, cleanest indoor air possible. That’s especially true if anyone in your household suffers from allergies, asthma, environmental sensitivities, or other health concerns. Here are steps to keep your indoor air as healthy as possible.
Spring is officially here—what we’ve waited so patiently for through the snow, the ice, and the chilly temps. But for about one in four Americans, spring also means the return of spring allergies. Managing allergies can be a challenge, especially when enjoying the outdoors. But for many, the challenge doesn’t end outdoors. Allergens can be present indoors as well. The good news is that there are several things you can do to lessen the presence or effects of indoor allergens. Here are some tips for keeping allergens out of your home.
Electronic Air Cleaners (EAC's) are sophisticated filtering units that are installed as part of your HVAC system. EACs are effective in eliminating the very smallest particle pollutants from your home, including pollen, bacteria, and viruses. So if you or any of your family members suffer from allergies, investment in an EAC may be just what you need. Here’s more information on how EACs work and why they’re so effective.
Topics: Electronic Air Cleaners