Basements and crawl spaces can have a certain…smell. So how do you get rid of it to enjoy a healthy home? Let’s explore some best practices for your basement and crawl space.
“Wellness” can be defined as optimizing both physical and mental health with nutrition, exercise, and sleep acting as crucial cornerstones. But what about air quality?
For many of us, dyeing eggs is an Easter tradition that goes back for generations. It’s timeless fun. But what do you do with the eggs after they’re dyed? Here are some quick tips on dyeing eggs that are still safe to eat.
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.
The days of summer might be over, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to pack in the outdoor fun just yet. As the temperatures and leaves begin to drop, now is the perfect time to take part in all the festive outdoor activities available for your family.
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.
As morning and evening remain dark, commutes long and treacherous, and the skies gray – you may find your mood dropping as well. Fortunately, there is a lot you can do about it!
It’s been a rough flu season this year and the CDC recently announced that we still haven’t seen the peak. In addition to being a long season, the flu strain this year has hit with some tougher symptoms. Find out how you can stay ahead of viruses and stay healthy as we wind down a strong 2018 flu season.
February is all about heart. There’s Valentine’s Day, with all the love, heart-shaped chocolates, and last-minute dinner reservations that go along with it. But it’s also American Heart Month. And It turns out unrequited love is not the biggest threat… Read More >
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.