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3 Reasons to Give Air Purifiers This Holiday Season

Posted by Air Health on Dec 01, 2021

Why Give an Air Purifier for the Holidays? The holidays are upon us, and it's time to start making gift lists. While you may be considering many different options, one you might not have thought of is an air purifier. As you make your holiday list, consider these top three reasons to go with an air purifier for many people on your list.1. It's practical and long-lasti …

Where to Place Your Portable Air Purifier | Air Health

Posted by Air Health on Nov 12, 2021

Portable air purifiers offer a flexible way to rid your home of dust, airborne allergens, odors and even germs. But where should you place an air purifier in your home?The answer: as close to the source of the allergen or contaminant as possible. If you have a smoker in the house, for example, you'll want the air purifier as close as possible to where they typically smoke. …

Are Whole House Fans Energy Efficient?

Posted by Air Health on Oct 28, 2021

Have you ever wondered what the benefits of having a whole house fan are? Have you wondered just how energy efficient a whole house fan might be, perhaps compared to an A/C? Read on as we break it down a little to help you decide if installing a whole house fan is right for you and your household.How Does it Work?Whole house fans draw cool air in from the outside and move …

5 Quick Things You Can Do to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Posted by Air Health on Oct 22, 2021

1. Regularly change air filters in your home AC units are constantly working to keep your home at the perfect temperature throughout the year. As they cycle through the air, they are also filtering out air pollutants. Eventually, these filters will fill up and lose their effectiveness – and must be replaced periodically to prevent build-up on the filter from causing detriment …

Can Schools and Restaurants Benefit From Air Purifiers To Prevent The Spread of Infectious Aerosols?

Posted by Air Health on Oct 05, 2021

In the last year and a half, a lot has been learned about the aerosol transmission of infectious diseases. We have learned that the chances of illness spreading through the air is 15 to 20 times more likely indoors versus outdoors, and even before COVID-19 hit the scene, schools and restaurants were sadly behind the times when it comes to air filtration and sanitation stan …
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