Aire Texas Residential Services, Inc Blog: Posts Tagged ‘air purifier’

5 Levels of Indoor Air Contaminants

Monday, August 16th, 2021

This week we’ve decided to talk about indoor air quality—and more specifically, the types of contaminants that exist in your air. While you’re probably familiar with contaminants like dust and pet dander, you might not be as familiar with others, or the negative effects that come from these contaminants. So, we’d like to take a deep dive into what is in your air and how it might be negatively impacting your life.

Don’t worry, we’re not just going to leave you hanging after that. Our team provides the installation, repairs, and maintenance of air purifiers in Denton, TX, which means we can solve your problem today. If this blog post sounds familiar, or if it’s leading you to be nervous or anxious about your indoor air, then it might be time to call the team that can help.

Let’s get into the 5 levels of indoor air contaminants and figure out if you need help protecting your home!

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Don’t Forget About These Air Purifier Benefits

Monday, May 10th, 2021

There’s a lot of strange information going around these days. We get misconceptions from homeowners all the time about how ineffective air purifiers are, or how they “don’t compare to washing your hands and covering your mouth when you cough.” We don’t understand these kinds of comments because we’re big proponents of doing a combination of all these safe practices together with the help of an air purifier.

Air purifiers in Garland, TX are not the be-all-end-all solution for contaminants. While they systematically remove and eliminate contaminants from the air, they’re not going to replace washing your hands with soap and water, covering your mouth when you cough or sneeze, or the other safe practices you utilize. Rather, we’re here to talk about the benefits that come from using an air purifier together with all of the other safety protocols you’re aware of. Only then, will your home be that much safer against viruses, bacteria, and other biological contaminants.

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