Whole Home Humidifiers
Why get a humidifier installed?
- Relieves Sinuses: When the air is too dry, sinuses often do not drain properly which can impede their function and cause discomfort. Humidity in the air has been proven to be beneficial for sinus health, especially in soothing regular congestion or sinusitis.
- Heals faster: Whether it be a cold, asthma or allergies, a humidifier keeps your nasal passages lubricated, which helps speed up the healing process when you’re under the weather.
- No more nosebleeds: Another reason for keeping your nasal passages moist and lubricated is the prevention of nosebleeds. If you are regularly experiencing nosebleeds due to dry atmospheric conditions, the moisture from a humidifier may provide you with relief.
- Alleviates snoring: The moisture from a humidifier keeps the throat from drying out and decreases the intensity of the sounds made from snoring. If you or your partner snores regularly, humidifiers can help you sleep more soundly.
- Smooth, hydrated skin: Sleeping with a humidifier on throughout the night has shown to soothe and moisturize dry skin. In the morning, you will notice not only that your face looks more supple, but also that your hands and lips feel less dry and dehydrated.
Whole Home Air-Filters
The quality of the air in your home is one of the most important, yet overlooked, things that can affect the health of you and your family. Recently, more and more people have become aware of the importance of keeping the quality of the air in your home as pure as possible. Many have begun to recognize the dramatic effects that purifying the air in their home can have on the health and general well-being of its inhabitants. When it comes to air purifiers, filters that meet the HEPA standard (high-efficiency particulate arrestance) are highly recommended, as this standard of filters ensures that 99.97% of unwanted particles are removed.
- HEPA Air Filters: A HEPA filter is a natural air cleaner that traps the particulate matter that is generally responsible for increasing health problems among people with lung ailments, especially asthma. A HEPA filter traps the particles responsible for exacerbating and causing many of the symptoms that allergy sufferers routinely complain of, including dust mite allergens, pet dander, mold spores and pollen. HEPA filters are routinely used in medical facilities to help ensure the cleanest, most sterile air possible to allow for the greatest safety of their patients.
- Carbon Filters: An important component that is included in our top quality home air purifiers is known as an activated carbon filter. Carbon filter technology activates carbon with oxygen, trapping chemicals, gases and odours quickly and easily. This further increases the efficiency of the air purifier and removes a wider range of airborne contaminants from the air that you
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