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Can An Air Cleaner Improve Your Family’s Health This Winter?

During cold and flu season and throughout the year, families in the Twin Cities are exposed to viruses that circulate in the air they breathe indoors, so taking measures to prevent illness makes good sense. Getting a flu shot, eliminating germs on surfaces, washing hands, and covering your mouth and nose are all important steps to avoid getting colds and the flu. But many people are still susceptible to the viruses in the air they breathe at home.

The EPA has indicated indoor air is one of the top environmental risks to public health. And even the heartiest of Minnesotans spends approximately 90 percent of his or her time indoors at this time of year, making the risks to good health even greater.

To protect your family from the health risks associated with polluted indoor air—including allergens, asthma triggers, and many forms of the flu, including influenza A and H1N1—an electronic, central or media air cleaner can be a powerful tool.

Air cleaners, including the Trane CleanEffects electronic air cleaner, the Aprilaire central air cleaner and the Lennox Healthy Climate® 16 Media Air Cleaner, attach to your central heating and cooling system and offer a layer of protection against colds, flu, and other allergens in your home.  In fact, recent research has indicated a whole-home air cleaner can remove more than 99% of influenza A, including H1N1, from a home’s filtered air.

Of course, only an air purification expert can help you determine the most efficient whole-house air cleaner to best meet your needs.

To receive the latest home heating, cooling and air purification tips and information in Minneapolis, MN, subscribe to Welter My Shelter Air Tips via email or RSS feed, or follow us on Twitter or Facebook.

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Can An Air Cleaner Improve Your Family’s Health This Winter?

During cold and flu season and throughout the year, families in the Twin Cities are exposed to viruses that circulate in the air they breathe indoors, so taking measures to prevent illness makes good sense. Getting a flu shot, eliminating germs on surfaces, washing hands, and covering your mouth and nose are all important steps to avoid getting colds and the flu. But many people are still susceptible to the viruses in the air they breathe at home.

The EPA has indicated indoor air is one of the top environmental risks to public health. And even the heartiest of Minnesotans spends approximately 90 percent of his or her time indoors at this time of year, making the risks to good health even greater.

To protect your family from the health risks associated with polluted indoor air—including allergens, asthma triggers, and many forms of the flu, including influenza A and H1N1—an electronic, central or media air cleaner can be a powerful tool.

Air cleaners, including the Trane CleanEffects electronic air cleaner, the Aprilaire central air cleaner and the Lennox Healthy Climate® 16 Media Air Cleaner, attach to your central heating and cooling system and offer a layer of protection against colds, flu, and other allergens in your home.  In fact, recent research has indicated a whole-home air cleaner can remove more than 99% of influenza A, including H1N1, from a home’s filtered air.

Of course, only an air purification expert can help you determine the most efficient whole-house air cleaner to best meet your needs.

To receive the latest home heating, cooling and air purification tips and information in Minneapolis, MN, subscribe to Welter My Shelter Air Tips via email or RSS feed, or follow us on Twitter or Facebook.

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