Air Purifier Types That Can Benefit You This Summer

Monday, August 1st, 2016

When summer rolls around, most people tend to focus on keeping their homes cool. While staying cool is certainly a top priority, indoor air quality should also be something that you pay attention to. Airborne contaminants are the most common cause of problems related to poor indoor air quality, which include asthma and the flu. The best way to deal with these contaminants is to install an air purifier in your home. Let’s take a look at some of the air purifiers that could benefit you this summer. (more…)

How to Choose the Right Air Purifier for You

Monday, August 17th, 2015

There are millions upon millions of microscopic contaminants floating around in your home’s air. With every breath you take, you inhale some of these contaminants. They include dust, pollen, dirt, mold spores, viruses, bacteria, and dander—among other things. Some of these contaminants will make you cough and sneeze, while others will make you sick or provoke allergy attacks. (more…)

How to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality in 3 Steps

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

You may have heard the phrase indoor air quality at some point, whether online or during a conversation with your local HVAC technician. As you can well imagine, there are various substances and factors that can affect the quality of your indoor air, ranging from the influx of noxious particles (including those that aggravate respiratory issues as well as allergic reactions) to stuffiness and excessive moisture. While many homeowners look solely to the number on the thermostat when it comes to determining their comfort levels, it’s imperative that you take into consideration your indoor air quality as well.