What To Know If You Plan on Staying Inside All Winter
If you live in a state with cold weather and lots of snow, it’s likely you’ve entertained the thought of never leaving your home all winter long. It’s understandable, as the thought of going outside when it’s frigid and snowy is often far from pleasant. In fact, research by the EPA has shown that, overall, people spend a whopping 90% of their time indoors. And this number is likely even higher in the winter. Whether monetary or health-oriented, there are several issues you need to be aware of if you plan on staying inside all winter. But don’t worry, we’ll help you find solutions so you can stay as happy and healthy as possible this winter.
QualityAirFilters.com Social Giveaway
At the start of this new year, QualityAirFilters.com is giving away a FREE custom air filter to one lucky winner. Everyone wants to live in a clean and healthy environment, and the best start is to regularly change the air filters in your home.
The winner of our giveaway will receive a free custom air filter for their home. Using a new filter not only improves the air quality in your home, it also often saves on your energy bill.
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The deadline for this giveaway is January 31st and a winner will be chosen by February 3rd.
QualityAirFilters.com Team Gives Back This Holiday Season
Our team participated in the BEARing Gifts program and helped provide gifts to underprivileged children by shopping for requested toys from the donation shop and loading them into car caravans for the drivers to take to the local CPS office. We also organized the donated toys into categories so they could be easily found and selected. We invite you, as well, to share some cheer during the holidays.
Three Ways to Reduce Winter Allergens in Your Home
Sneezing, coughing, and wheezing, oh my! The cold winter months bring not only viruses, but also harmful allergens that can keep you feeling lousy for quite some time. The good news is that reducing allergens in your home is probably a lot more simple than you think. Here are three quick ways to keep allergens at bay this winter.