Winter is here. For many, that means slippery roads, icy roofs, and frozen driveways or sidewalks. Most areas use rock salt (sodium chloride) to clear the ice and snow. While effective, it also has the potential to release harmful levels… Read More >
Fall allergies don’t get the same headlines as those in spring and summer, but this time of year can be especially bad for those who are allergic to mold and ragweed pollen. Check out a few lesser known triggers to be aware of this time of year.
You’ve heard about the value of a kitchen remodel or finishing up the master bathroom. Now it’s time to consider something that can have a big impact on the health and longevity of your home environment.
Did you know that an estimated 45 million people in the U.S. wear contact lenses? And yes, a majority of them experience spring and/or fall allergies and eye irritation.
For many of us, spring allergies are more common than the common cold. Here are some questions you should ask a doctor this spring.
Spring allergies are a bummer. If you have a pollen allergy, you know how important it is to keep an eye on pollen counts all season long
We’re focused on fresh air and healthy living here at Aprilaire. Trees are a big part of that for people all over the world. Take a look the impact of trees on your home environment, the local level, and worldwide.
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.
Indoor air pollutants have been found to be 2-5 times greater than outdoor pollutants. And since Americans spend an average of 90% of their time indoors, it’s more important than ever to make indoor air quality a priority in your home.
There’s nothing like enjoying a warm, cozy fire on a cold winter’s day. But to keep your home comfortable all winter long, it’s important to consider how your fireplace might be affecting your home's indoor air quality.