Indoor plants don’t just look good. Besides adding aesthetic appeal to your home, houseplants dramatically improve indoor air quality by filtering pollutants and naturally freshening your living space.
In cold climates, wintertime doesn’t just mean chilly air – it means very dry air as well. Adding humidity into the air in your home can make it more comfortable, but did you know it can save energy too? Maintaining the proper humidity level in your home can make it feel several degrees warmer – which means staying just as comfortable with the thermostat set lower.
Most of the country is still in the midst of summer heat. But when the time comes to clear those fall leaves from your yard, better steer clear of that gas-powered leaf blower. A recent study by Edmunds Inc. reveals just how filthy their emissions are – even compared to a full-size pickup truck.
The BlueAir 203 air purifier delivers powerful performance for bedrooms and smaller living areas. It removes allergens like pollen, dust, smoke, and mold spores from the air with a filtration efficiency of 99.97%, and the BlueAir is both quiet and energy efficient.