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Top 3 Contaminants Lurking in Your HVAC Air Ducts | Air Health

Posted by Air Health on Dec 02, 2022

Air ducts are out of sight and out of mind. That’s why it’s even more important to start wondering what’s traveling through your home’s ductwork. Some of the contaminants may be making you sick or possibly causing the home to smell bad. This guide will cover the potentially harmful contaminants and particles often found in residential air ducts as well as possible …

Keep Indoor Air Clean During Flu Season | Air Health

Posted by Air Health on Oct 31, 2022

When cold and flu season arrives, some of us may want to retreat to our homes and avoid contact with others. After all, according to the CDC, the flu affects more than 9 million people, and possibly as many as 41 million people, annually. The flu, also known as influenza, is a contagious respiratory disease that affects the nose, throat, and lungs. For some people, …

How Air Purifiers Help Keep Schools Safe | Air Health

Posted by Air Health on Oct 14, 2022

While it may not have been a concern five years ago, air quality in schools has become an important issue. After all, COVID-19, flu and colds spreads via aerosol droplets indoors, and the longer a person is exposed to those droplets, the greater the risk of infection. What’s more, virus and other germs particles can float up to 60 feet, especially during talking, singin …

What are the Benefits of an Air Purifier?

Posted by Air Health on Sep 26, 2022

What are the Health Benefits of an Air Purifier? Still trying to decide whether to get an air purifier? You may already know that air purifiers are designed to improve indoor air quality. What you may not know is that the health and wellness benefits go beyond just being able to breathe easier. Air pollution has been linked to many adverse health conditi …

Why You Should be Using Air Purifiers in New Construction

Posted by Air Health on Aug 31, 2022

In both new construction and renovation, things can get messy — and we’re not just talking about the floor. Whenyou’re sawing wood, cutting plaster or spraying paint, harmful particulates are released into the air on a large scale. And the closer a project gets to completion, the harder it is to properly ventilate the space. A construction site air purifier is a must for c …
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