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The State of Your Air

Ensure your customers’ homes’ air is prepared for the elements that impact your region of the country.

Prepare Your Customers' Indoor Air Before Weather Strikes

When weather events occur, homeowners are often focused on the repairs that are necessary once the storms have passed. What often gets overlooked is the effect these events have on the air, both outdoors and indoors. Wildfires, hurricanes, floods, and more – all of these affect air quality, humidity, and the presence of moisture in the home. As providers of Healthy Air, the Aprilaire products you install can improve indoor air before, during, and after outdoor events happen. With The State of Your Air, you have tools available that can help your customers prepare their air for anything that comes their way. Whether it’s providing brochures, posting on your social media pages, or other methods, you can use The State of Your Air tools to alert your customers to the best way to protect the air in their home before the clouds grow dark.

The State of Your Air

Dust Storms
Blizzard
Flash Flood
Red Tide
Coastal Flood
Allergies
Tornadoes
Poor Air Quality
Drought
Hail
Hurricanes
Wildfires
Dust Storm

Blizzard

Flood

Red Tide

Coastal Flooding

After cleaning up, homeowners living along the coastline are likely to find harmful substances that have made their way into their homes' air. These include carbon monoxide, lead, asbestos, and even chemicals in the cleaning products they use - all of which can have a negative impact on people's health.


Running a dehumidifier in the home can lower humidity and reduce the ability for mold to grow in the home. Damp indoor environments can also pollute the air, causing allergy and asthma symptoms. A whole-home air cleaner can lessen exposure to harmful indoor air pollution by decreasing stagnant air in the home. Letting a ventilation system can also get out that bad air, bring in Healthy Fresh Air instead, and lessen indoor air pollution.

Allergies

Tornado

Did you know that polluted air can actually impact the frequency of tornadoes in your area? The lingering effects of a tornado can cause polluted air, excess dust, and damaging moisture, which may lead to a whirlwind of health issues.


Once the storm subsides, homeowners should use their ventilation system, along with a whole-home air cleaner and MERV 16 air filters, to reduce indoor air pollution. With the possibility of water damage in the home, having a dehumidifier to control indoor humidity will help stifle potential mold growth.

Poor Air Quality

Drought

Hail

Hurricane

Coastal residents know how hurricane damage can affect their homes. For those affected, air quality concerns often get forgotten in the aftermath. Hurricanes tend to be brief, but they can leave lasting effects on a home's air quality. Flood waters and damage from high speed winds and rain can lead to excess moisture, leaving behind the potential for mold growth.


During cleanup, dehumidifiers can help remove moisture from inside the home, limiting mold's ability to grow, and protecting the home as well as the air your customers' breathe. Whole-home air cleaners and proper ventilation can help capture and remove mold spores and other indoor particulates like dust, pollen, and viruses.

Wildfires

Wildfires have increased in frequency over the years, creating excessive amounts of smoke and polluting the air outdoors for miles. Wildfires travel quickly and smoke can enter homes and impact people's health, creating long-term respiratory issues and aggravating current health conditions. Even if homeowners are able to evacuate during a wildfire, there will still be lingering smoke in their indoor air after it’s been deemed safe to return.


Whole-home air cleaners and MERV 16 filters can remove fine particles from the air that enter the home during wildfires. MERV 16 filters can remove up to 99% of allergy & asthma triggers including smoke, air pollutants, pollen, mold spores, and 96% of virus particles.

Affected Regions: Northwest | Southwest | Southeast | Rockies

The State of Your Air

Brochure

No matter the region or time of year, use this brochure to show your customers what

events affect them and which Aprilaire products you can install to keep their home’s air

healthy.

Wildfire Flyer

For regions affected by wildfires, this flyer is available to show the importance of having an Aprilaire Air Cleaner

installed for superior filtration when the air quality outside is poor.