Monday, August 25, 2008

Wildfires: Homes with Air Purifiers New Norm in King, Snohomish and Pierce Washington Counties

Indoor Air Quality Experts at AllerAir have noticed an increased demand for air purifiers in Western Washington counties such as King, Snohomish and Pierce, as wildfires become the new norm in the area.

According to the state fire marshal, the three-county region of King, Snohomish and Pierce counties had 2,001 brush fires in 2007, compared to 2,566 in all of Eastern Washington.

“Ash, water vapor, and gases such as carbon monoxide are some of the effects of wildfires, and can irritate the eyes, nose, mouth and skin, but smaller particles can get into your respiratory system, and cause more serious complications,” said Indoor Air Expert, Sam Teitelbaum from AllerAir Industries. “Many residents from Western Washington are unaccustomed to wildfires and are taking proactive steps to ensure their indoor air quality.”

Residents living in King, Snohomish and Pierce Washington counties are invited to call (888) 852 8247 to speak to the Indoor Air Quality Experts at AllerAir for a no-obligation consultation on choosing an appropriate air purifier to combat the effects of wildfires.

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