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14 Apr: 10 tips to battle Spring allergies

Spring is finally here. Pollen is one of the most common triggers of seasonal allergies coming from trees, flowers, weeds and grass. However, it’s not just outside we have to worry about as pollen can easily find its way indoors, making it difficult to avoid. The good news is, there are things you can do to minimise an allergy flare-up. Read on for 10 tips to battle Spring allergies.

13 Jan: Top 5 reasons why you should get an air purifier (without the jargon!)

Air pollution indoors and out, is a global concern and tests are in process all over the world, exposing the hidden dangers around us. Getting an air purifier now will not only improve your health, but it can help protect your home and business from unwelcome viruses, allergens and pollutants having a lasting impact on your family, friends and colleagues.

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17 Dec: Add an extra layer of protection this Christmas (and we don’t mean a Christmas jumper!)

With Christmas fast approaching and the UK still gripped by the COVID pandemic, many of us are concerned with celebrating Christmas Day with our loved ones.

What with the new strain spreading fast and areas moving into Tier 3, it’s ringing all the wrong sort of bells at this time of year. All we want to do is cast aside our worries and relax and for a brief moment, forget about COVID, about lockdowns and just live a normal life for a few days.

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16 Dec: What to do if Radon is found in your home

At ActivePure, our experts are asked many questions regarding air quality and purification, one topic that has come up quite often is the issue of Radon. Radon is a radioactive gas that is colourless and odourless. Some of you may have come across this from home surveys when you’re looking to purchase a property. It’s a gas that’s formed out of small quantities of decaying uranium found naturally in the soil and rocks. It enters building through cracks in the building’s foundations and gaps in the floor.

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