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Myths About Air Purifiers Debunked

Myths About Air Purifiers Debunked

Many people, especially those with allergies, often wonder if it is worth the money or upkeep to have air purifiers in the home. The simple answer when asking "Do they work?" is a resounding "Yes," but that doesn't address why, or any of the more common myths.

Here are some widespread myths associated with air purifiers and the truth of the matter.

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The Clean Air Smell

The Clean Air Smell

What Does “Clean” Smell Like?

We all love the smell of clean air. From the scent of air after a huge thunderstorm to fresh ocean breezes and lovely flowers, we strive to obtain the smell of “clean” for our homes. We do this by purchasing air fresheners, diffusers, candles, and machines to help pump our home full of this scent. Are these “clean” scents truly as clean as they market themselves to be?

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Should You Have Your Air Ducts Cleaned?

Should You Have Your Air Ducts Cleaned?

Air ducts are common fixtures in many American homes, providing clean air and circulating it throughout the dwelling. However, air ducts can accumulate dirt, grime, and debris over time – resulting in air that is not as clean as it should be. Homeowners have found mold, asbestos, even pests in their air ducts, which may be toxic to the occupants inside.

Read more to learn about the risks, signs, and prevention techniques you should know about air ducts, and why you should consult a professional to clean yours.

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AM Technical Solutions sponsors AirBox for Ronald McDonald Family Room in Austin, Texas

AM Technical Solutions sponsors AirBox for Ronald McDonald Family Room in Austin, Texas

AUSTIN, Tex. (Nov. 19, 2018) -- AM Technical Solutions (AMTS) has sponsored an AirBox air purifier for the Ronald McDonald Family Room in St. David's Medical Center located in Austin, Texas.

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AirBox launches programs providing Air Purifiers to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas

AirBox launches programs providing Air Purifiers to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas

AUSTIN, Tex. (Nov. 15, 2018) -- AirBox announced today a partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central Texas with the goal of placing an air purifier in all Ronald McDonald House® 30 guest rooms and Ronald McDonald Family Rooms in Central Texas. AirBox has hopes to eventually place an air purifier in every Ronald McDonald House across the United States. Business organizations and residential customers are given the opportunity to join with AirBox through air purifier purchases and trade-ins.
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How to Make the Most of Your Air Purifier

How to Make the Most of Your Air Purifier

When used properly, an air purifier combats a host of contaminants and dangers in the home or office. Most people recognize their use purely for improved air quality, but the long-term effects of an air purifier go beyond air quality to personal health and life quality. The main way to get the most out of an air purifier is to make sure it remains properly maintained, cleaned, and serviced. An air purifier that has dirty filters is liable to do more harm than good.

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Health Effects of Dry Air and How An Air Purifier Can Help

Health Effects of Dry Air and How An Air Purifier Can Help

Depending on the climate in your location, you may frequently deal with dry air in your home. Not only is it uncomfortable, it may cause health issues. It is important to understand the cause of dry air and how it may impact you and your family’s health.

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The Effect of Indoor Plants on Air Quality

The Effect of Indoor Plants on Air Quality

In the late 1980s, NASA scientists published a study revealing that some plants can improve indoor air quality. The photosynthetic properties of plants create oxygen, playing a vital role in all of life on earth. Along with creating oxygen, they remove toxins. It would seem, therefore, that indoor plants would also introduce oxygen and remove toxins indoors. However, some scientists argue that the evidence of indoor plants having an impact on air quality is not substantial enough to be an accepted fact. Here is what you need to know about plants and indoor air quality.
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Do You Know How Air Pollution is Affecting Your Children?

Do You Know How Air Pollution is Affecting Your Children?

Infants and children often have more exposure to air pollutants than adults. In infancy, children breath more rapidly than adults do, which increases their exposure to pollutants that are in the air. What’s more, infants and children also breathe through their mouths, which negates the natural filtering effects of the nose and allows more exposure to airborne particles that could be harmful.
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Asthma Help From Air Purifiers

Asthma Help From Air Purifiers

Asthma is an increasingly common issue for both children and adults. If there are asthmatics in your family, they would greatly benefit from the use of at least one air purifier in the home. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America has found that indoor air quality can be more toxic than outdoor air quality. This is a frightening idea for asthmatics, who believe their homes to be safe sanctuaries for asthma triggers. To help indoor air quality, many physicians and allergists recommend installing at least one air purifier.
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Eliminate Secondhand Smoke With an Air Purifier

Eliminate Secondhand Smoke With an Air Purifier

Air purifiers are wonderful ways to improve the health of your home or office. Outside pollutants, chemical cleaners, and secondhand smoke can be cleaned out of your environment by using a proper air filter. Each of these harmful elements can wreak havoc on your health, especially secondhand smoke. If a family member smokes, it is important to purify the surrounding air so that others are not adversely affected.
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Why the AirBox Air Purifier Can Help Your Allergies

Why the AirBox Air Purifier Can Help Your Allergies

As winter approaches and the air turns dry, those who suffer from seasonal allergies experience a range of unpleasant symptoms: itchy, watery eyes, runny nose, sore throat, and more. If you’re one of these people, you may have tried alleviating your symptoms with every over-the-counter and prescription medicine available on the market. But have you tried addressing the root of the problems?

Our homes, no matter how clean, are full of allergens. Contrary to popular belief, air pollution isn’t the result of car exhaust or smoke. Common household culprits like mold spores, dust mites, pollen, and pet dander can cause serious symptoms from inside your home. What’s worse, your central heating or cooling systems circulate these allergens through your home in the ductwork. This can lead to persistent discomfort if you or your family members have asthma or allergies. Using an air purifier can help trap harmful pollutants in your home and bring relief from your family’s allergy symptoms.

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Rest Easy In Your Home With An Air Purifier

Rest Easy In Your Home With An Air Purifier

Air purifiers remove particles from the air based on their efficiency rating. This means that a HEPA rated system with an efficiency of 99.97% at 0.3 microns or better will remove all larger and smaller particles from the air, essentially rendering the air dust free.

People with asthma and allergies will find great relief. Air purifiers designed with those conditions in mind can remove nearly all the symptom causing particles from the air. That means people who suffer from those conditions can be at ease and breathe clean air in their home or office.

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