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  • A fresh-air alternative to keeping the windows open

    As the weather finally gets warmer and we approach being able to shut off our heat for good, many of us are looking forward to opening our windows and feeling the sensation of a fresh breeze.

    However, according to the Idaho Mountain Express, this isn't always the most health-conscious move, as it may require extra energy to be expended on heat.

    "Whether heating with electricity or gas, the chemicals and toxins emitted in mining, excavation, transportation and burning of fossil fuels will remain in our air, land and waters throughout your children's lifetimes and beyond," the writer from the news outlet reports. "This is not a healthy air quality situation."

    The news source recommends equipping furnaces with high quality filters and keeping air-cleaning house plants around the home.

    Better yet, installing a professional grade air purifying system could potentially give you fresher air than what's outside and will be healthier and more economical in the long-run. The IQAir HealthPro Plus is a prime example of what advanced filtration technology can do.

  • Houseplants and other ways to clear the air

    If you've been hankering for a boost in your indoor air quality as of late, investing in some green stuff for your home can be a major step on the road to improvement.

    According to the Columbus Dispatch, researchers have confirmed that some species of houseplants can remove harmful toxins from the air and effectively improve indoor air quality using photosynthesis techniques.

    Peg McMahon, associate professor of horticulture and plant science at Ohio State University, told the news source that the addition of plants "won't hurt, and they certainly do have the capacity to clean" and that "what they do for your mood is at least as good as what they do for your respiratory system."

    In order to be effective, however, you need one or two plants for every hundred square feet, and even then, plants can't filter every airborne contaminant.

    If you really want a thoroughly well-done job, consider investing in a professional grade air purifying system. The Airgle 750 HEPA Air Purifier performed with the highest Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) among 159 other leading brands in independent laboratory tests and effectively tackles smoke, mold, dust, pollen, pet dander and a range of other airborne pollutants.

  • Las Vegas braces for dust advisory

    Those living in the Western U.S. may well be aware that dust storms are far more common than those who live on the coasts might think.

    A dust advisory was issued for Tuesday and Wednesday in the Las Vegas Valley by The Clark County Department of Air Quality and Environmental Management, as high winds are expected to blow large amounts of dust through the air.

    According to the Clark County official website, unhealthy amounts of airborne dust can worsen the symptoms of pre-existing asthma and bronchitis, and residents are encouraged to take measures to slow the spread of the pollution.

    Large dust storms may be hard to prevent, but homeowners can create clean breathing conditions inside their homes with a professional-grade air purifying system.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus is one of the top-rated, best-selling purifying systems on the market. It combines four advanced filtration technologies to remove 99.97 percent of most airborne particles, including dust, dust mites, pollen, mold, smoke, pet dander, gases and odors.

  • Expert advice to allay winter allergies

    Many people may already be aware that indoor allergy symptoms peak during the winter season, but not everyone is always informed on what they can do to minimize the effects.

    The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) told HealthDay News that keeping humidity below 55 percent can significantly help alleviate dust mite issues, as too much moisture in the air is conducive to their growth. In addition, the ACAAI recommends changing furnace filters every three months and keeping pets out of bedrooms. Open windows or turn on a fan when showering, and make sure to clean and dust frequently.

    Another way to tackle all these issues at once is to invest in an air purifying system for your home.

    AllerAir air purifiers contain activated carbon in addition to HEPA filters to effectively remove a full range of airborne contaminants, including dust, mold, pet dander, gas, smoke, pollen and chemicals. Activated carbon is the most effective method for removing chemicals, gases and odors, and it's trusted by hospitals. Meanwhile, HEPA filters are equipped to filter 99.97 percent of all airborne particles.

  • Why clean air matters most in winter

    The air you breathe inside your home certainly matters all year round, but it especially counts in the wintertime.

    That's because the colder it is and the longer we keep our doors and windows shut, the more we need to freshen our air. More time spent indoors coupled with no circulation coming in from the outdoors makes it harder to supply fresh air to the house, and more pertinent that we do something about it.

    Thus, winter may the ideal time to invest in a high-end air purifying system. You'll feel its rewards best during the cold months but will continue to enjoy the effects all through the year.

    FreshAirPro carries the leading brands on the market today, including the top-rated, best-selling IQAir. The IQAir HealthPro Plus is the top choice for health conscious individuals who are looking to eliminate a wide range of airborne contaminants such as dust, pollen, mold, smoke, gas and pet dander. It combines four advanced filtration technologies to deliver fresh, pure air.

  • 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.

  • Air purifiers may come in handy for the culinary genius in your life

    Knowing someone who is gifted with culinary prowess can be a recurring blessing. Everyone wants to be the recipient of free, gourmet fare prepared with love.

    When shopping for such kitchen fiends, it may be hard to come by a rare cooking utensil that they don't already own, and it's difficult to imagine which exotic ingredients they may have their eyes on these days.

    If that's your dilemma, think beyond the cooking stages and consider the effects that all of that food preparation may have on the indoor air quality of your favorite cook's home. Pungent food smells can linger in the air for days and might seem to interfere with the otherwise perfectly fresh air inside your friend's residence.

    FreshAirPro carries the top-rated, best-selling brands of air purifiers on the market. The IQAir GC MultiGas comes from a leading line of air purifiers and is among the best solutions for tackling stubborn odors. The MultiGas functions much like a professional gas mask to filter a wide variety of gaseous chemicals and odors with its interchangeable cartridge design.

  • Stop the spread of sickness this winter

    Everyone is familiar with the dread that follows when one of your cohabitants gets sick. It's not that you'll be skimpy when doling out the TLC, you just don't want to be under the weather with them.

    Fortunately, there are steps you can take to slow the spread of contaminants in your home.

    Those with cold or flu symptoms should always sneeze or cough into their sleeve or hands, and everyone involved should wash their hands frequently. Keeping a can of disinfectant spray handy will also give you an extra buffer of protection, since commonly used surfaces in the bathroom and kitchen can harbor contagious germs.

    For all things airborne, consider investing in a high-quality air purifying system. FreshAirPro carries the leading brands on the market, including the top-rated, best-selling IQAir HealthPro Plus, the ideal choice for keeping dust, pollution, pet dander, smoke, mold, gases and microorganisms at bay. The product's professional grade HyperHEPA filter can capture particles as small as .003 microns in size.

  • Arm yourself for cold and flu season

    There's nothing like fluctuating temperatures, near-freezing morning commutes and a host of sicknesses going around to make us all vulnerable to the flu and the cold during the winter.

    While dressing warmly, washing your hands often and stocking up on your supply of herbal teas and echinacea are classic methods of protecting your health, many people don't consider the effect that air quality may have on the strength of their immune systems.

    Investing in a high-quality air purifying system may give you an unexpected edge over the common illnesses you're sure to encounter.

    FreshAirPro carries the leading air purifying brands on the market, including IQAir, the highest-rated, best-selling brand of its kind. The IQAir HealthPro Plus has been nominated "best air purifier" more than any other model, and it's ideal for health-conscious customers who wish to eradicate dust, pollution, pet dander, gases, smoke, mold and molecular contaminants from the air that they breathe.

    There are an estimated 1 billion cases of the common cold in the United States each year, reports the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

  • Allergies run rampant around cold weather and holiday decor

    Holiday decorations covered in mold or pollen (as well as dust from attic or basement storage areas) might cause allergy sufferers across the nation to experience symptoms this season as they start to deck the halls for the upcoming holidays.

    "You disturb dust and other debris that hasn't been touched for a year," Dr. Richard Lockey told the St. Petersburg Times.

    Christmas trees, garlands and plants can also bring on sneezing and runny noses, especially for those who are allergic to the terpene in evergreen sap, reports the news source.

    The Times borrowed a recommendation from the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, and suggested that those who find themselves sniffling and coughing use a leaf-blower on the trees near their homes to remove some of the mold and pollen.

    However, to reduce the effects of both indoor and outdoor pollutants, a high-quality air purifier may be a more lasting, sustainable solution. FreshAirPro's IQAir HealthPro Plus is the leading air purifier of its kind and has four advanced filtration settings. Its HyperHEPA filtration can remove particles as small as .003 microns, capturing roughly 90 percent more air pollutants than most conventional air purifiers.

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