This winter has been a particularly harsh and dry one, flu season has come, but hasn’t gone, and remaining both healthy and comfortable in the dry South African air has been as difficult this season as it has ever been. Looking for a way to alleviate this discomfort and take better charge of your and your family’s health? Here are some of the ways in which using a humidifier in your home or place of work, can ensure a more comfortable and germ-free winter.
Chances are you have heard at least one person you know who has talked about, or recommended, using an air purifier. Because they are becoming more and more popular, it may be tempting to wonder if they are simply a fad that will eventually disappear. In reality, these carefully designed filters have been created to greatly improve air quality by effectively eliminating the most harmful and bothersome particles. These pollutants include dust, pet dander, smoke, allergens, and environmental pollution that always seem to find a way into your home or office. As you consider whether or not purchasing an air purifier is worth your investment you may wish to consider some of the most compelling reasons why this product is well worth every cent you will spend.
A salt-free water softener treats hard water without using salt. And unlike salt based systems which process soft water the traditional way, a salt-free water softener system can treat hard water using a variety of methods. But can we really trust these devices in dealing with our hard water problems? A salt-free water softener makes use of different technologies in treating hard water. Sometimes, these appliances are also referred as ‘conditioners’ and ‘descalers’ because they don’t necessarily remove the calcium and magnesium deposits in water (which are often considered as hard minerals) but they only change the chemical makeup of these substances so they won’t be able to cause scale build up in our bathroom fixtures and kitchen appliances.
During the cold winter months, many illnesses may become prominent due to the cold dry air. Even in climates where there is moisture in the outside air, the heating systems in your home and office tend to dry the interior air, which may lead to problems for many. Humidifiers can be a great solution for many of these winter-related problems. Here are a few benefits that come along with using a humidifier in your home or office during these cold, winter months:
A closer look at how humidity helps trigger allergens and how dehumidifiers minimise these symptoms.
Humidifiers have many applications, and have been used to improve the indoor air quality of homes, businesses, factories and various other spaces for years now.
All air purifiers work on a common concept, they clean the air around them and remove the contaminants, and then release clean fresh air for us to breathe. But what are these odours and contaminants, and how have they been able to get into your home?