Want to know something gross? Indoor air pollutants, including mold, pollen, pet dander, radon and scary things calls VOCs (volatile organic compounds), phthalates and PBDEs (Polybrominated diphenyl ethers), are polluting your home’s air. And they are so small that they are easily inhaled, according to a study by the Prim Health Care Res. Want to hear something terrifying? The study also concluded that once these microscopic particulates are inhaled, they can pass into the…
Some of the most comfortable, happy and healthy people this year will be utilizing Zen Living Air Purifiers. Find out why here… Did you know the US Environmental Protection Agency ranks indoor air quality as one of the top five environmental risks to public health? In fact, indoor air pollutants are generally 2 to 5 times greater than outdoor pollution levels and even 100 times greater in some cases. Indoor air pollutants include many scary things: mold, pollen, pet dander, radon, VOCs…
The lights are hung, the decorations are out and the cookies have been baked. But there is one thing still hanging over your head this holiday season: your holiday shopping list has an uncomfortable amount of names not yet crossed off. But worry not! Living air purifiers are the perfect gift for just about everyone on your list. Here we explore how just one gift, a living air purifier, can help you finish up your holiday season chores and simply enjoy the season with your family and friends.
Frigid temperatures and frozen snow will soon cover all evidence of spring flowers (and their pesky pollen) and fall ragweed, rendering allergies gone, right? Wrong! While the air certainly changes in the winter, that doesn’t mean all air is cleaner when temperatures dip. Here are four reasons why.
You’ve heard that when purchasing air purifiers, vacuums and other electronics, it is important to choose ones with a HEPA—or high efficiency particulate air—filter. But these filters may not be for everyone. In fact, here are four reasons you may not want to purchase an air purifier with a HEPA filter.
With so many reasons for improving indoor air quality, choosing the right air purifier can be confusing. That is why it is important to determine your main priorities, then pinpoint the most useful technology for your environment. Here we look at five common air issues and determine which is the best air purifier for each one.
Summertime. The perfect time to sit around the campfire with friends reminiscing about years past, or sitting on your screened-in porch enjoying a tasty cigar. Perhaps it’s your favorite time of year because you can stand outside, smoke a cigarette and not shiver constantly. Or maybe you just can’t get enough of that barbecue, and you’re cooking up everything from burgers to brats every night of the week.
This summer has gotten off to a hot start, meaning the temperatures are often too high to consider opening the screen door or windows to let the summer breeze in—which can serve as a natural air cleaner.
Instead, we’ve been sentenced to staying indoors and running the air conditioner full blast. While this isn’t so great for our utility bills, it is even worse for your indoor air quality. Find out how you can make your indoor air cleaner this summer with these five tips.
Modern technology has allowed us to live lifestyles of convenience. We drive cars to work instead of having to walk, and all the world’s knowledge literally fits in the palm of our hand thanks to the invention of smartphones. We can even purify the air our families breathe in each day, thanks to the invention of air purifiers.
An ionic air purifier is as versatile as we are. We are all so different. We work in diverse industries, live in every type of home from the urban oasis to the suburban paradise, and we enjoy a multitude of activities. But there is one thing that brings everyone together regardless of age, location or economic standing: we all want to breathe clean, fresh air. But life sometimes gets in the way and we need a little extra help. Enter ionic air purifiers. How do ionic air purifiers work? These purifiers emit electrically charged molecules called ions into the air, which attach themselves to particles of dust, mold, pollen, pet dander and other allergens and pollutants in the air you