Summers can be stressful and hard to schedule: three months of activities to organize, family picnics to host, and vacations to plan. Destress with some tips from Aprilaire.
“I’m allergic to brussel sprouts!” As kids, many of us probably tried using an excuse like that to get out of eating our vegetables. But today, if a kid tells you they’re allergic to something, it’s important to take them… Read More >
Spring is here–breathe it in! From April 30th through May 4th, the EPA recognizes Air Quality Awareness Week in an effort to “inspire people to take steps, no matter how large or small, to reduce their contribution to air… Read More >
Confused about why we need both Earth Day and Arbor Day? Well, for one, these aren’t just holidays that were invented to sell greeting cards. In fact, part of their goal is to reduce the number of greeting cards that… Read More >
Earth, it’s our home. And we—all 7.6 billion of us—share in the responsibility of keeping that home clean and in order. It may sound like an overwhelming challenge, but it becomes easier when everyone does their part. Earth Day, which… Read More >
When you live in a city, you get used to being surrounded by people at all times–even when you get home to your apartment. With populations increasing and cities becoming more dense, large numbers of people are forced to live… Read More >
Is your city known for its powerful pollen? The severity of allergies in a city depends on many things: the local vegetation and types of pollen, pollution levels, access to healthcare and even annual climate changes. From year to year,… Read More >
For those who are ready to clear the air and take their indoor air quality more seriously, congratulations! Finding the right purifier – whether a whole home purifier, a room purifier, or even both – can go a long way toward increasing respiratory wellness.
Do air purifiers work? Most people have no clue that their indoor air quality at home, at the office or in the classroom is likely littered with indoor air pollution.
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.