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How an Air Purifier Can Get Rid of Aspergillus Fungus

Despite the best attempts of people to keep an ultraclean home, sometimes problems like mold or other fungus is still an issue. Their presence can not only lower the aesthetic aspect of the house, but can also present certain health hazards as mold spores can often become airborne and get inhaled by the people living in the house. One of the most common fungi that a lot of people will have to deal with is aspergillus fungus. The biggest problem with it is the fact that it travels freely oxygen so there is always a risk that you could be inhaling aspergillus fungus right now and not even realize it. Why Is Aspergillus Fungus Bad?  Truth of the matter is that most people do not react terribly to this fungus, even if they inhale it in larger quantities. It all depends on their health status Read more [...]

Problems Caused by Mold

We all like to have an ultraclean home, but this requires some effort and sometimes, through no fault of our own, we still experience problems that damage the overall aesthetic of our houses and can even come with detrimental effects to our health. Mold is a common household problem. It is a fungus which can be found all over the world in over 100,000 variations. It thrives in humid and warm environments and that is why you can find it in areas around your house such as the basement or the bathroom. In fact, a lot of people might have mold in their homes without even realizing it due to a leak in their system somewhere that create an environment where mold can grow and spread. How Mold Affects Our Health  The worst thing about mold is that it does not simply makes the home look ugly Read more [...]

Best Air Purifier for Mold Removal, Dust Removal, Pet Dander and Odor Eliminator

How to Reduce and Eliminate Air Hazards in Your Home Even though ventilating your house will improve the air quality indoors somewhat, a number of air hazards in your home must be addressed in order to breathe in truly healthy, clean air. Many of these hazards are not easy to pinpoint and most go largely overlooked. However, continuous exposure to such pollutants will eventually lead to a number of different health issues for everyone living in your home. You need to take a proactive approach to eliminating as many air hazards in your home as possible to help ward off future health complications. The best way to get rid of the toxins that are filling the air that your family breathes is a quality air purifier. You do not need to buy an air purifier for dust removal, an air purifier for Read more [...]

Mold and Mildew

The terms mold and mildew actually refer to the same thing. Both refer to a colony of fungus that grows in damp, dark areas. Mildew is usually used when referring to a slimy, flat colony, but this has more to do with amount of moisture in the area than the type of mold. For this reason, a mold air purifier is the same as a mildew air purifier – in both cases, removal of spores from the air is the key element. Molds produce spores as a way to spread. These tiny seeds cannot be seen by the naked eye, except when there are so many they will appear as a smoky cloud. The spores range in size from 1 to 100 microns in size. They are single cells expelled by the colony, usually when conditions for growth change. A colony will grow (often invisibly) until it begins to deplete the available resources Read more [...]