Posts Categorized: Indoor Air Quality

Breathe Easy with an Air Filtration System in Your Home

With the average person spending a significant portion of their time indoors, ensuring that this air is as clean and free from pollutants as possible is essential. An air filtration system can be a game-changer in this respect, offering a myriad of benefits that go beyond just cleaner air. But do you really need one… Read more »

How to Humidify Your Home

Come winter,kindly disregard any commercials you hear or see advising you to take the moisture out of your indoor air.  That is exactly the wrong way to enhance indoor comfort and reduce home energy bills. The warm air generated by your furnace already deprives the air of moisture.  To lose any more would be to… Read more »

How to Add Moisture to Dry Air

Have you ever thought about spreading sand all over your living room?  Probably not. But that doesn’t mean your home doesn’t sometimes feel as dry as a desert during the winter. That’s what heat does when all the windows and doors are shut. It robs your home of the relative humidity to feel comfortable in… Read more »

6 Indoor Air Quality Solutions

Here’s a fun fact for you:  on average, indoor air is about 50% more polluted than outdoor air.  Maybe not so fun after all, especially if you have frequent symptoms of colds and allergies inside your own home.  The good news is, you don’t have just sit around and take it. There are numerous things… Read more »

Benefits of a HEPA Air Purifier

On average, indoor air is twice as polluted as outdoor air. Indoor air quality is often diminished by dust, pollen, pet dander, mold, and many other substances too small to see. Young children, older adults, and those who suffer from asthma, allergies, or other respiratory problems are especially vulnerable to the ill effects of airborne… Read more »

Houseplants Clean Your Indoor Air

The EPA tells us that, on average, indoor air is twice as polluted as outdoor air.  The more airtight your home, the more likely it is to trap indoor pollutants.  Think about it:  a tightly sealed house lets very little in or out, including these common airborne contaminants:  dust, dust mites, bacteria, pesticides, formaldehyde, smoking… Read more »

How to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

The quality of the air you breathe is vital to your family’s well-being. That’s why it’s so important to reduce the number of pollutants clogging up your indoor airways and infiltrating your lungs by going to sites like and looking into air purifiers. According to the EPA, indoor air is twice as polluted as… Read more »