Andrew Michaels

Air-Purifying Indoor Houseplants

Indoor purifying plants can act as a natural humidifier, by reducing the levels of CO2. Indoor plants are not only great for your home but also your office. Often when we are feeling sick with headaches, nausea, and fatigue it can be due to the building we work in, especially if it’s older.

10 Easy Steps To Create Cleaner Air

Breathing polluted air negatively affects your lung health. Fortunately, there are some simple actions you can take to reduce air pollution and to keep the air in your world a little cleaner!

4 Health Conditions That Are Worsened By Poor Indoor Air Quality

UV-C air cleaners are known for their germ-killing properties, which make them a powerful tool for those who suffer from chronic illnesses. Air pollution is known to have severe negative health effects, and we recommend UV-C air purifiers for anyone who struggles with any of the following health conditions.

4 Ways To Improve Home Air Quality

VOCs are a large group of chemicals that are found in many products we use to build and maintain our homes. Once these chemicals are inside the house, they are released into the air we breathe. They can be found in the ingredients of hundreds of household products that you use every day, like air fresheners and cleaning products. Chronic exposure to these products has been linked to a broad spectrum of health problems from headaches and asthma to cancer.

Blinds – How to Clean Them Quickly

Did you know? If your house is too dry, dust accumulates quicker and becomes more abundant. If this sounds like your home, getting a humidifier is a way to increase moisture in the air that will keep down the dust. However, if adding moisture doesn’t work, it could also mean a problem with your HVAC system. Worst case scenario.

Dusting your home the right way! Yes, there is such a thing!

Give those tiny specks you see floating around the ultimate kick! We know this is a daunting task to deal with but lets face it, its inevitable. The key is to stay on top of it.

Everyone knows that dust is made up of skin cells, lint, animal dander, pollen, but did you know that it can also be made up of things around your home such as a chemical that is found in some furniture, plastics, cleaning products, types of flooring and electronics? Yes, its tru

What To Expect When You​ Are Expecting!

With all the hustle and bustle that comes with having a precious baby, something that probably has slipped though the cracks is thinking about your baby’s bedroom air quality. We get it, its not as fun as picking out a new crib and all its accessories but before deciding on a theme and picking out the perfect shade of paint, start with these tips!

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