Purchasing an air purifier can be a significant investment, depending on the size and kind you choose. However, air purifiers are definitely worth the money. Air purifiers are designed to pull irritants out of the air, trap them in a filter, and recirculate cleaner air.Read More
Kitchen odors can be challenging to eliminate. Whether it’s the delicious scent of last night’s dinner or the garbage, garbage disposal smells, or the dishwasher smell, these odors can become quite un-pleasant — and heavily affect your home environment.Read More
Whether you live with family or not, you’re no stranger to the smells that can come from your bathroom. Whether it’s aerosol sprays, strong-smelling cleaning products such as bleach, bacteria on the showerhead, human-caused odors, or other common airborne pollutants, the air in your bathroom must be healthy and clean — especially for those with compromised immune systems.Read More
Since the coronavirus, cleanliness and safety have been top of mind for everyone. If you own and operate a vacation rental, you know how important it is to make guests feel safe. People love experiences when they vacation, so providing essentials to stay pleasant and comfortable is especially important. A seamless vacation experience can lead to glowing Airbnb rentals or Vrbo owner reviews, which can improve your short-term rental ratings.Read More
Chances are, you have never heard of a volatile organic compound (VOC). Volatile organic compounds are all around us at every moment. However, we might not be aware of them until it is too late. Unlike most toxic compounds, volatile organic compounds do not emit an odor that will alert you when something is wrong or bad for you. Because of how sneaky and ubiquitous these compounds are, you need to be aware of what to look out for to keep your home and family safe, and you need to have just the right equipment to guard your family.Read More
Snoring is a fairly common issue, even though most people don’t realize they do it until someone tells them. According to the Sleep Foundation, 57 percent of men, 40 percent of women, and even 27 percent of children all snore.Read More
Most homes these days come with an attached garage. It’s become somewhat of an expectation that there should be an enclosed space for at least one vehicle for many homebuyers. But while it’s high on the list of considerations when we are buying a home – we don’t give the garage much thought after moving in. And we certainly aren’t thinking about the air quality inside of it. But should we be?
You may have one or more air purifiers in your home – but have you considered putting one in your garage? Chances are the answer is no. But if you’re worried about the air quality in your home, it’s worth giving more thought to the air quality in your garage.