How To Make Sure You Have Clean Air At Home?

February 21, 2019 0 Comments

Air conditioner with clean air - HoPE

Has your home looked clean but doesn’t smell clean at all? Or have you ever felt sickly and more tired at home than when you are in the office or elsewhere? Have you been waking up in the morning with runny nose, sneezing, rashes, and watery
eyes? If your answer is yes, then you could be inhaling moulds, bacteria and
viruses in the air. In fact, indoor air can be 2-5 times more polluted than the
air outside according to the Environmental Protection Department.

To our families, home is a place of rest and refreshment from the outside world. That’s why it is important to keep it clean.

Why Is It Important To Have Clean Air At Home?

Viruses, bacteria and moulds pose major risks to your family’s health. Studies show that breathing clean air contributes to your overall health and well-being. Reduce the risk of asthma attacks, respiratory diseases and skin irritation by making sure that your indoor air is free from sickness causing viruses, bacteria and moulds.

Why Does My Home Smell Musty Even After Thorough Cleaning?

Indoor air pollutants are invisible and could be lurking in areas where humidity and moisture is high. Your air conditioner and heating systems at home provide for a perfect breeding ground of moulds. These moulds are to blame for the musty odours in the room, the black, white or green stains
on the walls, ceilings or floors.

Worse of all, you or a family member could be allergic to moulds unknowingly. Symptoms of mould
allergy includes sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, skin irritation, tiredness, dizziness, and frequent headaches.

How to Make Sure Your Indoor Air is Clean?

The first step to ensuring that your indoor air is clean and free from bacteria, viruses and moulds, is to check places where humidity is high. Have your air conditioner professionally cleaned to remove moulds that are already there. You may prevent the regrowth of moulds in your air conditioning units by using Gelair Health-e Split.

What is Gelair Health-e Split?

Gelair Health-e Split is the easiest way to clean the air you breathe. 100% Natural Australian Tea Tree Oil is the only ingredient in the Gelair Health-e Split. Its ingenious design disperses controlled amounts of Australian tea tree oil that kills moulds, bacteria and viruses and prevents them from spreading in the air. It requires no maintenance and can last up to 3 months!
Gelair Health-e Split Won The Hong Kong LOHAS Awards 2019

Gelair Health-e Split Won the Hong Kong LOHAS Awards 2019!

Gelair Health-e Split has won the Hong Kong LOHAS Awards 2019 as the Best Home Improvement Product. The awarding ceremony will be held at the Hong Kong LOHAS Expo 2019 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center on 22-24 February 2019.
Hong Kong LOHAS Expo 2019 Booth E15




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