We’ve approached the time of year when the weather can change drastically from day to day. With this comes turning your air conditioning and heating systems on and off, opening and closing the windows, leaving humidity levels in flux. Although we can’t control the weather conditions outside, we can help to control the air inside our homes. By combining the use of an air purifier and humidifier, we can have the best of both worlds and enjoy the cleanest air at the most comfortable humidity levels.
Besides trying to remain comfortable, the opening and closing of windows and the switching back and forth from air conditioning to heat brings about a whole new round of contaminants inside of your home. The emerging of pollen and mold spores outside are now finding their way indoors and into your lungs. Let’s not forget the stagnant dust that has been in your air conditioning unit all winter long is being blasted into your living and breathing quarters. While cold season may be behind us, allergy season is beginning to rear its ugly head. According to Mayo Clinic, three of the most common allergy triggers are dust, pollen, and mold. So, although that fresh open window air feels great…it may be time for an air purifier so you can keep unwelcome allergies at bay.
Along with controlling the presence of allergens, we also want to keep our bodies feeling great. The rapid switch from cold to dry air both indoors and outdoors can cause a shock to your skin. Lack of moisture causes our body’s natural moisture to evaporate. This results in side effects such as itchy, flaking, and dry skin. Lack of humidity is also a culprit of dry eye, headache, and can cause your sinuses to become inflamed. The key to combating these symptoms is keeping moisture present in the air around you.
You can keep these seasonal changes under control with the presence of an air purifier and humidifier. Now, for a limited time, save up to 50% on Air Puriifers and Humidifiers during our Black Friday Sale (November 18th – November 30th, 11:59pm CST).