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Are You Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired?

flu bugHas the flu bug got you down?  If not, that's good, but we all know that cold and flu season has definitely arrived--just watch the nightly news.  Nobody wants the flu.  Being sick, missing work or other important events, really bites.  Vaccines promise to keep us from getting some strains of the illness, but nothing is fool-proof.  Taking proper precautions helps, like using lots of antibacterial hand cleaner or taking extra vitamin C, but nothing can keep you healthy 100% of the time.  Let's face it--we live in a germy world!

While we here at Air Care Systems by Price, Inc. don't claim to have a cure for the common cold or a sure-fire remedy for the flu, we do have some very useful options to help you and your family stay healthier while shut inside this winter.  The air quality inside your home plays a huge role in your overall health.  There's a lot more to it than just your comfort.  Tiny particles of mold, bacteria, moisture, pet dander, and dust can become airborne and get into your respiratory tracts, making you SICK.  Many of the air "purifiers" on the market produce ozone, which is a known lung irritant.

Flu season ahead signLennox offers some great solutions to the problem of cleaning the air without producing ozone.  The Lennox Signature Collection Pure Air Purification System cleans the air in your home better than any single system you can buy.  That's quite a promise!  The Healthy Climate series of air cleaners is rated #1 among professionally installed, whole-home filtration systems.  We also offer HEPA systems, air filter replacements, ventilation control systems, whole-home dehumidifiers, humidifiers, and germicidal lights.  WHEW!  That's a lot of options to have to sort through!  Let the trained professionals at Air Care Systems by Price, Inc. guide you in making the best choice for your home.  Give us a call today at (479) 777-2331 and let us show you the great products that may keep your family out of the doctor's office this winter.

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