You clean your dishes. You clean your laundry. You clean your home. But what about your air? Can you truly say you have a clean house if the air you breathe is filled with dust and bacteria? Those same particles you remove from household surfaces every day are also floating in the air. Shouldn’t...Read More
Stuffy, odorous indoor air is unpleasant, but even air that looks and smells fine may contain harmful chemicals, particles and more. Poor indoor air can affect health. According to the EPA:
"Some health effects may show up shortly after a single exposure or repeated exposures to a pollutant. These...Read More
The internet can be a great resource for information about almost everything, including what products to buy for your business. If you're searching for an indoor environmental appliance — such as a commercial air purifier — the web is a great place to start learning about what models and...Read More
If you're on the hunt for a commercial grade air purifier, you may have noticed that different models rely on different methods to work. Don't let acronyms like HEPA, TSS, VOC or MERV get in your way of choosing the model that's right for you.
Understanding some of the common primary methods of...Read More
Fresh, clean air — we need it to live. If you don't have asthma, allergies or another respiratory ailment, you probably don't often think about the air you breathe. But air can contain not only odors, but dust, invisible allergions and other microscopic particulates you probably don't want to...Read More
Breath mints. Room deodorizers. Cologne and perfume. These are just a few things you usually find in a smoker's possession. Why? Because most smokers don't want their breath, clothes or houses to smell like smoke.Read More