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Monthly Archives: January 2011

  • Recreate the freshness of the Swiss Alps inside your home

    Whether you're dreaming of a winter wonderland that's a little more picturesque than your current situation or entertaining thoughts of the ideal skiing vacation, making the most of the wintry season could be as easy as working to recreate Switzerland's alpine freshness within your own home.

    Even if you live in a polluted area, you can breathe clean, crisp air inside by taking a few simple steps. Dusting frequently will help keep the air fresh, as will adding a plug-in air freshener or lighting scented candles around your home with crisp scents such as fresh laundry, pine or rosemary.

    The ultimate air-freshening technique, however, is installing an air purifying system in your home. These high quality machines can effectively tackle a range of airborne contaminants for optimal purity.

    The top-rated, best-selling IQAir HealthPro Plus is a leading choice for filtering dust, pollen, pet dander, gases, odors, mold and smoke. It combines four advanced filtration technologies, including a V-5 Cell Filter Stage with 5 pounds of activated carbon, and the professional grade HyperHEPA filter, the most advanced filter in its class.

  • U.N.: 2 million die each year due to indoor air pollution

    Residents of both the most and least developed countries are exposed to pollution on a daily basis.

    U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said in a recent speech that at least 2 million people die each year because of indoor air pollution. The deaths mainly occur in developing countries, where access to electricity is scarce and people rely on harmful biomass fuels.

    While pollution may be less of a threat in countries such as the U.S., air quality is still a major concern that has many people taking steps to ensure that the air inside their homes and businesses meets the highest standards for themselves and their families.

    FreshAirPro carries the most trusted brands of air purifying systems on the market, including the top-rated, best-selling IQAir.

    The IQAir GC MultiGas is an ideal solution for those who suffer from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity or increased levels of gases and pollutants in their environments. The MultiGas works like a professional gas mask, using activated carbon as well as a Class A HEPA Pre-Filter to effectively tackle gaseous chemicals and odors.

  • How to keep your winter flower bouquets and throw out the sniffles

    There are few things better than fresh flowers to bring cheer to the atmosphere in the dead of January, but for some allergy-sufferers, colorful blooms tend to come with a few strings attached.

    Fortunately, there are ways to avoid throwing the baby out with the bath water so that everyone can enjoy their winter bouquets, pollen and all. Investing in a high quality air purifying system for your home can open a path to an allergen-free environment now and in the years to come. The product can tackle a variety of other airborne contaminants in the process as well.

    FreshAirPro carries the leading brands of air purifiers on the market, including AllerAir, a brand inspired by those who suffer from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS). The product also works especially well for those who have allergies.

    All of AllerAir's purifiers combine activated carbon and a high quality HEPA filter to tackle chemicals, gases and odors as well as particles such as dust, pollen, dust mites, pet hair and dander. A HEPA filter can remove 99.97 percent of all particles from the air through what is considered the safest and most efficient filtration method.

  • Dover students mount air quality awareness campaign

    Kids are often capable of teaching adults valuable lessons, not least of which may relate to the quality of the air that we breathe.

    Students in Dover, South Carolina, are organizing adult education programs regarding the effects of vehicle emissions on the environment. The sessions take place after school as parents come to pick up their kids, The Times and Democrat reports.

    "They count the cars and see how many there are that are leaving their engine running. They tell them that kids will be breathing the chemicals and ask them to try to remember to turn their engines off the next time. When the kids talk, their parents usually listen," fifth-grader Keri Kibodeaux told the news source.

    Parents who take the kids' message to heart could consider investing in an air purifying system for their homes. FreshAirPro carries the leading brands on the market today, including the top-rated, best-selling IQAir.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus is ideal for those who wish to take their health a little more seriously, as it combines four advanced filtration technologies. The product can filter a wide range of airborne contaminants and particles as small as .003 microns in size.

  • CDC reports says asthma rates increased in the U.S.

    If you've noticed that breathing issues have been more of a concern as of late, there's reason to back up your observations.

    A new report released Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that approximately 8.2 percent of the U.S. population suffered from asthma as of 2009, up from 7.7 percent ni 2005, NPR reports.

    According to the news source, one of the possible reasons behind this increase could be that doctors are getting better at diagnosing the disease.

    Whatever the case may be, asthma-sufferers can benefit from a high-quality air purifying system in their homes. FreshAirPro's trusted brands will provide the best in cutting-edge technology to tackle a variety of airborne contaminants. Most often, this is accomplished using a combination of filtration technologies.

    The IQAir HealthProPlus is the top-rated, best-selling machine on the market. It boasts a HyperHEPA filter, the most advanced filter of its kind. The HyperHEPA is capable of filtering particles as small as .003 microns in size, compared to the .03 micron capacity of most leading filters.

  • Ways to improve indoor air quality in the winter

    A little-known-fact among allergy-sufferers and homeowners alike is that winter is actually the worst season for indoor air quality due to the lack of fresh air inside of homes (combined with the increased amount of time people spend indoors).

    According to, however, homeowners can combat the effects of indoor air pollution by setting up a few indoor plants around their homes.

    "All plants add oxygen and create a healthier indoor environment. In addition, some plants provide the added benefit of removing toxins from the air," Professional Landcare Network chairman Chris Raimondi told the news source.

    Homeowners who wish to go straight to the source of the problem to tackle indoor air pollution most effectively should invest in a high-end air purifying system. A purifier like the IQAir HealthPro Plus is the ideal solution for tackling a range of pollutants including dust, mold, allergens, pet dander, gases, odors and smoke using cutting-edge technology. Its HyperHEPA filter can capture contaminants as small as .003 microns in size.

  • Make sure your indoor air quality is as fresh as snow

    In light of all the recent winter storms, some of us may begin to notice that our indoor air quality is far from being as pure as the snow we see outside our homes.

    Whether you live in highly polluted urban centers or on an alpine mountain-side in the north of Colorado, maintaining indoor air quality is essential for a healthy life. Our homes are where we spend most of our time, and where we expect to be safe.

    FreshAirPro carries the leading barnds of air purifying systems on the market today, including the top-rated, best-selling IQAir.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus is a top choice for allergy-sufferers as well as health-conscious individuals who are looking to introduce a new level of cleanliness into their homes. It combines four advanced filtration technologies to effectively filter out dust, mold, allergens, pollutants, pet dander, gases and odors. It is also capable of trapping molecular irritants that are as small as .003 microns in size. It features an advanced HyperHEPA filter stage, the highest quality filter in its class.

  • Hotels place increasing focus on allergy-friendly rooms

    Equipping your home to combat your allergies is one matter entirely, but many allergy-sufferers have little control when they hit the road and stay in various accommodations.

    A 2010 Lodging Survey by hotel research company STR found that 38 percent of all hotels now offer some sort of allergy relief to guests, up 14 percent over the past two years.

    Special cleaning procedures and sheet-cleaning methods are nothing new, but some hotels are now designating certain rooms as permanent accommodations for allergy-sufferers. These rooms will feature professional grade air purifying systems and fragrance-free products, the New York Times reports.

    A high-end air purifying system, such as those carried by FreshAirPro, can provide the best allergy solution for those who have sensitivities in and outside of the home.

    The top-rated, best-selling IQAir HealthPro Plus combines four advanced filtration technologies that work to tackle both large and small contaminants and particles. The HyperHEPA filter can target particles as small as .003 microns in size.

  • Air purifying systems could lead to less housecleaning

    Are fishy odors and dusty surfaces driving you to clean far more often than you normally would? Those who'd prefer to avoid twice-weekly cleaning routines can look into products that will extend the lives of their cleaning jobs.

    Buying a high-quality air purifying system could be a worthy investment for homeowners, as they are highly capable of eliminating gases and odors that lend to a dirty environment as well as large particles such as dust that can visibly accumulate on surfaces.

    FreshAirPro carries the leading brands of purifiers on the market, including the top-rated, best-selling IQAir.

    The IQAir HealthProPlus is ideal for those concerned about health and cleanliness. It's equipped with four advanced filtration technologies that tackle a wide variety of particles and airborne contaminants. Its PreMax Pre-Filter Stage will put dust in its place while the advanced HyperHEPA filtration stage can effectively tackle particles as small as .003 microns in size, compared to .03 microns in standard HEPA filters.

  • Air purifiers may help keep numbers down at animal shelters

    Many animal lovers decide to adopt shelter animals to contribute to a good cause while simultaneously finding their new best friends.

    However, according to the Courier Post Online, many animal adoption centers see a recurring pattern of people coming back to return their pets after discovering they couldn't deal with their allergies acting up.

    "A gentleman pulled up in a station wagon last year with all his possessions and he had been living in his car with his German shepherd, and he had no other alternative. He was heartbroken and just kept saying, "I'm sorry, I'm sorry" to the dog," Voorhees Animal Orphanage executive director Maria Clarke told the news source.

    Allergy-sufferers can prevent this dilemma by buying a high-quality air purifying system for their home. The many leading purifiers carried by FreshAirPro are well equipped to handle a number of airborne contaminants such as pet dander and odor, including the IQAir HealthPro Plus. Its four advanced filtration technologies make it a top defense against pet allergens and irritants as small as .003 microns in size, thanks to its cutting-edge HyperHEPA filter stage.

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