Dust mites are one of the leading triggers for both asthma and allergies
A few ways to combat and protect against air pollution
Half of Americans live in counties with unhealthy levels of ozone or particle pollution...because Americans spend 90% of their time indoors-- and up to 65% of that time at home-- it’s important to safeguard indoor air.
Just because you suffer from allergies, it doesn’t mean you have to avoid owning a pet all together. You have many “hypoallergenic” options!
There are many plants that actually improve indoor air quality by removing some pollutants from the air, operating as a natural air filter! While these plants cannot replace a regularly changed pleated air filter, they act as a supplemental cleaner to be
For a few extra dollars you can ensure that your HVAC system is as clean as possible and the air in your home is effectively filtered just by using an efficient air filter that is changed regularly
Many homes have more than one air filter (and sometimes more than one size of air filter). When moving into a new home, it can be a fun hunt to find those air filters.
There's a bewildering range of different filter types out there and it's easy to get confused. We have done the homework for you and simplified the process so you can make the right choice.
Air filter sizes can be a bit confusing without the right information. You may see a nominal size and an actual size printed on your filter border. Here's how to know which is the size to reference.
Air filters are rated by several different metrics and systems, depending on a variety of factors. Second Nature makes filters easy by breaking these ratings down and utilizing one standardized metric-MERV.
We always want to make sure you get the exact filters you need, exactly when you need them.
Dirty and clogged air filters reign havoc on your HVAC system. They will not only waste money on energy costs, but they will cause damage (sometimes irreparable damage!) to your HVAC system.