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Guest Post: Low Consumption Air improvement

April 12, 2012 by  
Filed under Family, Green Living, Guest Posts, Top Picks

humidifierWhen most people hear about air improvement devices, the first thing that comes to their mind is high energy consumption. What they don’t realise is that air improvement does not need to be costly and bad for the environment. There are many air purifiers and air humidifiers on the market that are low energy consumption.

Air improvement devices can help to improve and maintain you and your family’s health and wellbeing. An air purifier typically helps people with allergies and helps you to breathe cleaner air, as these devices help to clean the air you breathe at home. An air humidifier can help children and adults who have dry throats and coughs. Dry air in the home can lead to colds and sore throats, and an air humidifier can ensure that the air holds moisture and does not get too dry.

A great low consumption air humidifier is the Heaven Fresh HF 707 Digital Ultrasonic Air Humidifier, which also doubles up as an air purifier. This device can control white dust, bacteria, and mould which helps to ensure the air you and your family breathe is healthy. You can turn on or off the soothing healthy negative ions. It has many of the excellent features that a more expensive air humidifier would come with, but for a fraction of the price, and a fraction of the energy consumption the more expensive models would use. The Heaven Fresh HF 707 runs up to 7 nights without refilling, and the device uses less power than a 40w light bulb. There are no extra parts or filters to replace for this device, which saves money and is also better for the environment compared with other models which require replacements. There will be other low consumption air improvement products out there; it’s just a matter of looking for them.

This post was written by Kerri Bullock, the owner of baby monitor and nursery store, BabyMonitorsOnline.

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