Tag: Becky Dotson

Ozone Air Purifier Guide

When you hear the word ozone, you probably think of the layer in the sky above us that helps filter out ultraviolet radiation from the sun. But it is also a molecule used in some air purifiers because it effectively reacts with and eliminates strong odors and airborne chemicals. It can naturally turn a bad smell into a good one.

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Hotel Indoor Air Quality: What to Know Before You Go

You packed your favorite outfit and your swimsuit, booked your flight and car rental, and have a hotel room to stay in – but have you checked on the air quality inside your hotel? Probably not. Like most of us, it’s probably never even entered your mind. We often trust that the hotel we’ve chosen is doing everything it can to keep us as safe as possible, air quality included.

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7 Reasons to Run an Air Purifier in Your Garage

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.

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5 Best Living Room Air Purifiers to Prevent Allergies and Coronavirus

In the age of COVID, every sniff, sneeze, or cough can make you wonder if you have contracted the virus. If you’re a seasonal allergy sufferer, your ‘usual’ symptoms can cause even more anxiety. That’s why it’s essential to know the difference and understand how an air purifier can help be part of the overall plan to protect you from both.

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6 Ways to Reduce Asthma Attacks

Asthma is a chronic condition that affects more than 25 million Americans. It causes your airways to become inflamed and make them more narrow. Those who suffer from it have long-lasting inflammation and can have difficulty breathing, begin coughing and wheezing, and become short of breath. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says one in 13 people in the U.S. have asthma – and nearly eight and a half percent of them are children.

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