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Beat the Allergy Blues with In-Home Air Exchangers

Homes constructed within the last 40 years were built to be airtight. While the intentions were good, today’s homes are insulated so well that they trap humidity and pollutants inside. In the right conditions, bacteria, viruses, mold and mites proliferate. All of these can diminish air quality, cause illnesses and trigger allergic reactions. If your … Read More >

Keeping Allergens Out of Your Home, part 1

We’re going to say it: winter is over! The grass is green, trees have leaves on them, and breeze feels like a pleasant caress instead of swarm of angry razor blades. After a brutal winter, spring couldn’t be more welcome. For some of us, anyway. Unfortunately, spring can be something of a double edged sword, … Read More >

Fight Outdoor Allergies with Clean Indoor Air

Outdoor allergy season is in bloom! Nasal allergies affect about 50 million people in the United States. With pollen and other allergens floating around outside, it’s vital to have clean indoor air. Not only do people with allergies seek refuge inside to escape from allergens, the average American spends 9 out of 10 hours indoors, so it’s … Read More >

8 Super Easy Ways to Get Ready for Spring

Minnesotans may feel that discussing spring in March is premature, or even presumptuous. But at the risk of jinxing it, we’re (at least somewhat) confident spring is on its way. Besides, even if spring is still an all-too-distant memory, it never hurts to be prepared for it. Preparing for spring helps us feel like it’ll really … Read More >

WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE AN AIR EXCHANGER

When the same old air sits in an enclosed space for an extended period of time, it starts to get stale. Dust, bacteria, mold, and particles from gas and steam all stay in air, polluting it over time. If your home doesn’t continuously exchange stale air for fresh air, you wind up inhaling all that … Read More >