Removing the Nuisance Smell of Marijuana from Your Home

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One of the hottest topics discussed in today’s society is the legalization of marijuana for both medicinal and recreational use. With many states voting to legalize marijuana, smoking weed has become more commonplace, creating a greater need for in-home air filtration systems. When discussing tobacco products, people often think of the smell that lingers long after the ash has burned out. The chemical substances within cigarettes often linger and embed themselves in clothing and other household items. With marijuana, however, the odor associated with smoking the product often creates a nuisance smell that may appear to dissipate over time, but actually filters through the air in your home and leaves a residue that infiltrates into the air. This means for regular marijuana smokers, the quality of air within your home, without proper filtration, is likely filled with residual smoke.

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Keeping a Healthy Home: 3 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality and Keep Your Family Safe

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Keeping a Healthy Home

With the world on high alert during the COVID-19 global pandemic, the closure of many schools and focus on social distancing has significantly increased the amount of time people spend at home. In an effort to keep kids safe and decrease the spread of the virus, parents with babies and young children may opt to minimize contact with the outside world. Now more than ever it is imperative for families to be aware of their home’s Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).

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Why Office Air Quality is Crucial to the Success of a Company

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When it comes to air quality, offices and workplaces are falling short in supporting their employees. Oftentimes many assume that since an office is indoors and air conditioned, the air is clean and free from irritants. However, particles or bacteria can still be found in the workplace, potentially causing disruption and even sickness.

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