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Air Filters: the key to clean air

Air Filters: the key to clean air

Posted: Fri Aug 17 19:20:07 PDT 2018
Updated: Fri Aug 17 19:20:07 PDT 2018

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also has an effect on leah says this is an air like this from all the smoke. during fire season everyone is always trying to block smoke from getting into their home. randy says "minimizing opening doors and we can share windows and doors are sealed very well would be a good idea." air filters are also important. they block the small air particles you could be breathing in from the smoke. randy says: i have a child with asthma so it's critical for us to make sure our filtration is good these filters also need to be changed, so they don't look like this, randy saysthe air-quality we have now you're going to want to check them monthly for sure you might need to change them every couple weeks instead of monthly and just to be on top of it. randy at allied comfort pro checks his every week during fire season and says families with asthma or allergies or just very sensitive to the smoke should get an air scrubber as well. randy says i have one of these on my own because of the child with allergies and asthma and it helps him a tremendous amount. after fire season air filters should be replaced or you will continue to bring in smoke after it's long gone. in medford, leah thompson newswatch 12 fire officials say the smoke should be around for 6 more weeks.
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