Category Archives: Respiratory Allergies

Air Pollution 

Air pollution occurs when harmful substances are introduced to our Earth’s atmosphere. Air pollution can cause allergies or in extreme cases, death in humans, diseases and it can also harm our animals, livestock and food crops.   It is very damaging … Continue reading

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Airfree at IHHS Show!

We at Airfree are excited to announce that we attended and showcased our products for the 6th year consecutive year at the International Home + Housewares Fair held in Chicago.  This year our booth was placed in a new location … Continue reading

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Bacteria in Corporate Environments

Over the years corporations have made major strides to improve their office environments and choosing wise enhancements for the comfort of their employees.  Our towns, cities and counties are constantly expanding and there are buildings being built or reconstructed to … Continue reading

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Vacuum & Sewing Dealers Trade Association (VDTA)

We are pleased to announce that we had a successful visit at the 2017 Vacuum & Sewing Dealers Trade Association (VDTA) Show that was held at the Las Vegas Convention Center from February 12 to February 14th. During the event, … Continue reading

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What are Some Signs of Mold Illness?

Would you know the difference if you were sick from a cold, flu or virus or if in fact you were sick from mold?  Mold can cause serious health problems especially when it is in your home or workplace.  Mold … Continue reading

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Did you know that a live Christmas tree can also cause issues for asthmatics and those allergic to mold?

With Christmas only days away, people have now begun taking out their boxes of ornaments and décor to which they will strategically place around their home.  More often than not, people store their holiday treasures in attics, basements and eaves … Continue reading

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