Earth Day arrives this year on April 22, so this is an ideal time to uncover ways to save some cash each month and energy in your the Niagara Region home, not to mention making a personal contribution toward a cleaner environment. If if all of our neighbors makes easy changes, like recycling old thermostats and replacing regular light bulbs with CFLs (Compact Fluorescent Lighting), the net effect could add up to a significant impact in the years ahead.
As you may guess, hospital surgery rooms are deemed to have the most sanitized air environment available; imagine having that quality of air in your the Niagara Region area home. Now that's clean air! And better yet, it's actually affordable to have an air filtration system.
The first comprehensive line of ozone-free air filters is now available. The technology safely destroys and removes chemical vapors, stenches and odors, particles and micro-organisms. Better still, they filter the air throughout your entire the Niagara Region area home, not just in one room like most plug-in air cleaners in the identical price range, which may also emit ozone.
Common air pollutants, like dirt, pollen, dust and debris that enter your airways and help irritate allergies. Filtering out the particles from the air you breathe could mean less sneezing, reduced sinus problems and headaches, and theoretically less allergy medicine at home.
So why invest hundreds of dollars for a one-room plug-in air cleaner when you could clean the air in every room, continuously, without using extra electricity or producing ozone... for roughly the same price? This is that “ah-ha!” moment.