Improve The Air Quality & Comfort Of Your Home
- Would you like to improve your home air quality?
- Or would you like to improve your home with the right heater or air conditioner?
- And are you overwhelmed by the numerous options?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions… then you are in the right place!
About Home Air Advisor
👋 Hi, I am Frank Hausman and I am the founder and voice behind HomeAirAdvisor.com. When the summers got so hot in our state, I really needed a great air conditioner for our home. But I didn’t stop there: heating was my next project for our cold winters.
So eventually my friends and family saw me as the go-to guy for improving the air quality and the comfort of their homes, I then knew it was time to create a resource for the knowledge I’ve accumulated over the last 10 years by creating this site. This way, you can also improve the air quality and comfort of your home!
On this blog, you’ll find an extensive library of tutorials and guides to help you improve your home air quality. With the help of air conditioners, air purifiers, humidifiers, and heaters that I have researched, evaluated and examined, you’ll know how you can improve the comfort of your home. Read through these expert tips and techniques, apply them in your home and enjoy your newfound comfort.
Make sure to let me know how you improved the comfort of your home by contacting me!
Amanda Godward – Consulting writer
Amanda is the founder of Ecotelligent Homes: an award winning home performance company founded in 2009. Her green certifications have included: Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) Certified Energy Manager, LEED-AP, and Building Performance Institute (BPI) Building Analyst. Her desire to promote the energy efficiency industry extends beyond Ecotelligent Homes, as she is a member of the Michigan Energy Efficiency Contractors Association (MEECA) and a board member of Michigan Saves.
Fun fact: did you know that my first air conditioner unit froze in the winter? Check out these tips on what to do when your AC unit freezes up!
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Start Improving Your Indoor Air Quality Today
Today we all spend more and more time in our homes. But the quality of our indoor air has been deteriorating. This is because our houses are increasingly better insulated, which causes the natural air exchange of indoor and outdoor air to stop. But because we breathe, shower and cook in our house, the air becomes polluted. In addition, our furniture, children’s toys and even our cleaning products contain certain substances that pollute the air we breathe in our homes.