You can control the air in your home to make it uninhabitable for some of the viruses that cause influenza. A Healthy Home comes down to three factors: Humidity, Air Purity, and Ventilation. Here's how to manage them.
The body doesn’t need water any less in the winter, but it might be harder to notice how parched you are. Read on to learn 5 reasons why you need water in the winter and how very simple changes to your daily routine - and Aprilaire - can help!
What’s the best way to maintain winter wellness? Curb the effects of dry winter air, of course. Dry winter air can have a profound affect on your family’s health. Achieving proper humidity levels in your home should help prevent irritating… Read More >
Picture this. It’s Christmastime and all of your friends and family are sending you cute holiday cards. You want to display them all, but the sheer number of cards this year has you a bit overwhelmed. That’s okay – just… Read More >
Does the cold make you sick? It’s a common question people tend to ask whenever winter rears its ugly head. The answer? Yes – kind of. While the cold weather itself may have something to do with your family’s health,… Read More >
The woes of winter heating costs are upon us. Save on energy this winter with a simple, tried and true solution: The trusty humidifier. It sounds a little farfetched, sure. How can you possibly save energy if you’re running… Read More >
As you get ready to welcome your new baby, you already know that for everything you can prepare for, two more will take you by surprise. All the more reason to get ready what you can now! One thing all parents should be aware of is...
Don’t close up the yard shed just yet! You can make the winter and next spring easier on yourself by tackling a few more projects this weekend.
There are lots of cool Alexa skills you didn’t know you had! Maximizing indoor air quality and energy savings is easy with Alexa-enabled Aprilaire thermostats – especially if you’ve already enabled the Aprilaire Alexa skill. (And if you haven’t, what… Read More >
You’re a DIYer. When the house needs fixing, you pick up a hammer – not the phone. You have the tools, the skills and the motivation. A head full of plans and a cabinet full of bandages. When the job… Read More >