People spend as much as 90% of their time indoors in the winter. Many of us don’t realize it, but often the air indoors is more polluted with allergens than the air outdoors.
Indoor air quality can be more toxic than outside. The most effective way to improve your indoor air is to reduce the pollutants. Research also shows filtration and ventilation help clean your indoor air.
With many holiday traditions put on hold this year, more people than ever are decorating their homes. However, getting your old decorations out of storage and putting up a Christmas tree can negatively impact your indoor air quality.
An air purifier can help keep the air in your home clean and healthy while you prepare your Turkey Day dinner.
Air purifiers can play an important role in protecting your family from COVID-19, especially as people start spending more time indoors as outdoor air temperatures fall across most of the U.S.
Air purifiers help eliminate many of the tiny pollutants floating around your home. To choose the perfect air purifier, you first need to decide where it’s going to be used.