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  • What does an air purifier do

    What Does An Air Purifier Do?

    What does an air purifier do? Quite a bit, actually. Air purifiers are critical tools because now more than ever, people are spending more of their time indoors, with factors such as working from home as well as the increasing...

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  • Air purifier for pet dander

    Air Purifier for Pet Dander

    Pets. We love them from the moment we see those adorable eyes and fuzzy ears in the rescue shelter to their final golden years when they quietly keep us company, still able to conjure a heart-melting look or obedient wag...

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  • Air Purifier for allergies

    Air Purifier for Allergies

    Are there air purifiers for allergies and asthma? Well, sort of. While air purifiers don’t directly treat allergies or asthma, they can help filter allergens that are known to cause allergy and asthma symptoms. It’s also important to understand that...

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  • Do I need an air purifier

    Do I Need an Air Purifier?

    Would it surprise you to hear that the air quality in your home can be two to five times more polluted than the outside air?1 Cleaning products, building materials, pet dander, cooking residue and even newer energy-efficient homes can help...

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  • air purifier vs humidifier

    Air Purifier vs Humidifier

    What is the difference between an air purifier and a humidifier? Quite a bit, actually, as we’ll discuss in this piece dedicated to examining the differences in choosing an air purifier vs. humidifier for your home. In short, the main...

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  • air purifier types

    Air Purifier Types

    If you’ve found yourself wondering, “do I need an air purifier?”, the short answer is that almost everyone can benefit from the cleaner, healthier air provided by an air purifier since the air quality inside your home can be up...

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  • what causes stale air

    What Causes Stale Air?

    Stale air is indoor air that hasn’t had enough fresh air circulating through it. Most people notice stale air because the pent up pollutants have an unpleasant smell or make a room feel stuffy. At low levels, stale air is...

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  • refresh your indoor air

    Refresh Your Indoor Air

    The natural instinct to bring fresh air into your home is by opening a window, but this isn't always the best option. New pollutants and toxins can come in and open windows waste energy when you’re using your HVAC system...

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  • bring indoor air quality front an center

    Bringing Indoor Air Quality Front and Center

    According to the EPA1, indoor levels of pollutants are often significantly higher than outdoor levels. And most homes have at least one air quality problem, ranging from temperature and humidity issues to particle allergens, and chemical pollutants. Brought on by...

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