Get The Most Out Of Your Air Filter

If you want to make the most out of your air purification system and achieve the highest quality of air, air filters must be a continuous fixture both in the workplace and at home. Here’s how to get the most out of them. Choose a Filter with a High MERV Rating All filters are assigned…

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Ways To Deal With Dust In Your Workshop

Workshops are home to a variety of different dusts, from sawdust to drywall dust, plaster dust and so on. The problem is that these dusts are not good for your lungs and can therefore be damaging to your health over time. Dusts can also damage your tools and some can even start fires. In short,…

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How To Deal With Allergies In School

Allergens are very problematic in schools. Indeed, there are many airborne allergens, both indoor and out, that are present in schools. These allergens make the symptoms of those with allergies much worse. These allergens also decrease air quality, which can cause a variety of physical symptoms, even in those who are otherwise healthy. Student performance…

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New Year Resolutions To Improve Air Quality In 2018

Poor air quality is bad for your health, wellbeing, productivity and, if you’re a business, your bottom line. A Harvard School of Public Health study, for example, found that poor indoor air quality cost one company $480 per employee every year due to absenteeism. The New Year is a great time to start fresh (literally)…

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Which Furnace Is The Best Choice For Air Quality?

Which furnace is the best choice for air quality? Take a look below. Which Furnace Is The Best Choice For Air Quality? There are two types of gas furnaces on the market today: the conventional furnace and the newer, high-efficiency, condensing furnace. On the surface, it may seem like the high-efficiency condensing furnace might be…

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How Forest Fires Affect The Air Quality In Your Home

Natural disasters like hurricanes and forest fires are on the rise. Not only do they put your safety at risk, but they also threaten your health via poor air quality. This blog post will take a look at the ways in which forest fires affect the air quality in your home (and what you can…

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How Natural Disasters Negatively Impact Air Quality And Solutions To Protect Your Health

It seems as though natural disasters are on the rise when reading the headlines or listening to the new. As you can imagine, natural disasters not only put your immediate safety and valuable assets at risk, but also your health. A large reason why natural disasters impact your health is by reducing the air quality.…

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Preparing Your Home’s Air For Winter: What You Need To Do

During the winter months, the air quality in your home or business will typically be a lot lower than at other times of the year. The reason for this is the increased insulation in your home (due to things like weatherstripping and so on) as well as less ventilation. The combination of the two makes…

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5 Ways To Make Your Home Allergy-Proof In The Winter Months

If you suffer from allergies, you may find that your symptoms get a lot worse during the winter months. There are a few reasons for this. First, your home is a lot more insulated due to things like weatherstripping. Your home is also much less likely to get as much ventilation as other times of…

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Why Indoor Air Quality Is Worse In The Winter Weather

Good indoor air quality is critical both at home and in the business environment. According to the EPA, indoor air quality is 5X more polluted than outdoor air, but it gets particularly worse in the winter months. Poor indoor air quality is linked with poor health, more employee sick days, and therefore lost productivity and…

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