Achieving a Healthy Home environment should be a top priority for families, homebuyers, home builders, and the like. Whether you’re looking to reduce allergy and asthma symptoms, protect against viruses, or bring Healthy Air into your home, the AprilAire Healthy Air System™ is the missing puzzle piece.
With the AprilAire Healthy Air System™, you can fill your home with Healthy Air with award-winning fresh air ventilation, air filtration, and humidity control.
Fresh Air Ventilation
Our indoor air can be five times more polluted than the air outside. In order to stay well at home, it’s important to make Indoor Air Quality a top priority. Let dirty air out of your home and bring fresh, clean air in. This helps dilute and remove contaminants—like airborne viruses, mold spores, allergens, and more—so you can breathe easy at home.
Now that the fresh air is in, it’s time to purify it. Decrease stagnant air in your home and minimize your family’s risk of allergy symptoms, asthma triggers, and long-term respiratory irritants. Capture airborne particulates the size of viruses and reduce other contaminants from lingering in your home’s air. Purification is crucial to keeping your family healthy year-round and your children protected from seasonal allergy triggers and viruses.
Keeping your home’s humidity between 40% and 60% can minimize virus survival rates in addition to helping keep your home protected from the impact of dry or moisture-riddled air. Depending on which you’re looking to combat—dry or moist air—there’s a tailored solution available to help you keep your home healthy.
Dehumidification, which is perfect for use during the more humid days of the year, can protect your house from the dangers of high humidity by stifling mold growth, decreasing allergens such as dust mites, and preserving your home overall.
Humidification, perfect for combating dry air, can not only help keep your home feeling warmer but also helps lower the survival rates of virus-sized particles that may linger in your air during the colder seasons.
make sure gas, propane, and wood smoke ventilate outdoors
It’s important to minimize the source of indoor air pollutants in your home. Forcing these pollutants to ventilate outdoors provides greater Indoor Air Quality for you and your family.
forget to install carbon monoxide and smoke detectors in your home
While your ventilation system will help you maintain a Healthy Home, it’s good to take the necessary precautions and ensure you’re alerted in an emergency situation.
use Wi-Fi to take control of your home, whenever, wherever
Being able to control your air purification needs from your smartphone makes it easier to take control of your Indoor Air Quality whether at home or on the go.
assume your air purifier is a set and forget system
Help your whole-home air purifier perform at its peak while continuing to increase Indoor Air Quality by replacing air filters, vacuuming and dusting often, minimizing indoor smoke and candle use, and maximizing airflow.
be mindful of your regional humidity
In addition to seasonal humidity, it’s also important to consider your location. A home in Arizona is likely to be drier throughout the year than a home in Florida. Different regions have different household humidity needs.
forget to clean or replace your filters or water panels regularly
Most humidifiers and dehumidifiers come with specialized filters or water panels that help create clean, breathable air in your home. Dirty filters or water panels contribute dirty air to homes and should be replaced as often as the manufacturer recommends.
No matter where you live, the AprilAire Healthy Air System™ provides a tailored approach to help keep your family safe from the dangers of polluted air, healthy during virus or allergy season, and comfortable in your Healthy Home all year long.
The information contained on the AprilAire website is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment in any manner. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition. All information is for informational and educational purposes only and any use thereof is solely at your own risk.