Indoor Air Quality
Changing the air filter regularly is the best way to ensure the ideal comfort level in your home. Here is a look at what can happen when the filter isn’t changed regularly.
As we continue to seal our homes against the elements in an effort to make them more energy efficient, we must also protect our indoor air quality by limiting chemicals and irritants inside that can compromise our health. Here are 6 easy things you can do to improve your indoor air quality and health…
Ahh, spring! Or is it ahhchoo? Milder weather, longer days and awesome skiing are just some of the benefits of springtime in Colorado, but as flowers and trees begin to bloom, spring allergies can make the season miserable for those who have them. Fortunately, a few simple steps can minimize the impact of allergens inside your home and greatly improve your comfort.
The terms ‘air cleaner’ and ‘air purifier’ are often used interchangeably, and from a functional standpoint each serves a similar purpose. But they rely on different filtering technologies to restore compromised indoor air quality.
Indoor air pollution is a common trigger of allergy symptoms, which is not surprising since most homes contains a higher density of airborne pollutants than the average city street. If you or your family suffer from allergies, something as simple as an annual air conditioner tune-up can dramatically reduce your susceptibility to outbreaks.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the concentration of air pollutants inside the typical American home is two-to-five times greater than what the average American is exposed to outside…