Each home has air issues that need to be filtered out. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about our most popular air filters and how they can help you create a healthier home.
By this point in the year, it can feel like winter will never end. But when that cold and snow finally disappear, millions of Americans will trade the dry skin and cold noses for springtime sneezes and sniffles.
Ready to hunker down for the winter? Don’t forget about those green members of your household. Indoor plants are perfect for wintertime. They help freshen up the stuffy air, they bring some color to your surroundings, and studies show that… Read More >
Aprilaire makes it simple to manage your home’s air quality, from controlling temperature and humidity to refreshing any room with clean air from the outside.
Getting enough of the “sunshine vitamin”, or vitamin D, can prove to be a challenge as the days get shorter and we see less sunlight. Vitamin D is an important nutrient for our overall health. It helps regulate our calcium… Read More >
Air pollution and allergies are concerning in certain areas and at different times of the year. No matter where you live, it’s important to help children understand the concepts of air quality and how it impacts their health and wellness.
If you’ve ever worried about the quality of the air in your home, you know how frustrating it can be to not know what’s causing the issues. But what questions can you ask to get the best outcome from a professional inspection?
We’d all like to believe that the air quality inside our homes is clean and healthy for the whole family. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, however, our indoor air quality can actually be up to five times worse than that of outdoor air.
Air quality is important. That’s easy to say, but it can sometimes be tough to put into practice. First off, it’s not always obvious when there’s a problem with your air quality. Maybe something smells a little bit off or… Read More >
Wildfires and wildfire smoke have become the norm in recent years, causing panic and poor indoor air quality alike. And, unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be slowing down.