(PRWEB) July 05, 2012
Humidifiers.com, the renowned online store providing a wide range of indoor air products, now offers valuable DIY Tips and resources such as articles and how-to advice, to help you maintain healthy, optimal indoor air quality. From mold and mildew prevention to ultimate energy efficiency and beyond, Humidifiers.com is committed to helping keep your indoor environment healthy, safe and worry free.
The DIY Tips section on the site includes information about Home Test Kits, Prevention of Mold and Mildew Growth and Assessment Home’s Energy efficiency. Their quick and easy do-it-yourself indoor air quality test kits create a smart and inexpensive way to get all the facts to help keep family safe and healthy. Kits include screen tests for the household issues like fiberglass, dust allergen, legionella, organic vapor, mold, mildew, bed bugs, radon, dust mites and even more.
The director of Humidifiers.com in a speech stated, “Humidifiers.com is not just an online shop offering products to solving humidification issues – Humidifiers.com is going above and beyond, to provide you with the resources and how-to help you need to address all sorts of indoor air issues. You’ll find useful information and dependable solutions that will help keep your indoor environment at peak performance, by saving you and your family from unnoticed toxins that might be lingering around your home or office environment.”
In addition to the resourceful information and DIY tips, Humidifiers.com recently added dozens of new portable humidifier of all price ranges and sizes, to help address the various needs of consumers. The website now offers warm and cool mist humidifiers, as well as steam, vaporizers and ultrasonic. View the new products that were just added by clicking here.
Humidifiers.com is a one-stop-shop and resource for all climate control and humidification needs. It initially started back in 1954 when Bill Housh, the founder, started a local heating company in Monroe. The vision to offer filters and humidifier water panels on the internet started in late 2005; that later on grew into a family of websites. Their extensive resource center will help visitors address all the climate issues in their home. To learn more, please visit http://www.humidifiers.com.