Did you know that ceiling fan blades are a common cause in making allergies worse? According to Livestrong.com,
“Dust and subsequent dust mites accumulate on ceiling fan blades whether the unit is in use or not. When a dirty ceiling fan runs, dust and dust mites can spread throughout the room, especially onto surfaces such as carpets and bedding. These effects can be detrimental, especially if you are allergic to dust mites.”
So what do you do if you don’t have or don’t want to run your air conditioning unit AND you need to manage your allergies? The solution could be an Exhale Fan. Without blades to catch dust and accompanying dust mites, you can manage your allergies and have air circulation.
Are you tired of replacing air filters? They also get dirty and can pump dust through your home. All AC units have filters that need to be regularly replaced. With an Exhale Fan, you also avoid the filter, which needs to be monitored and then changed.
How are ceiling fans helpful to manage allergies? Webmd.com says they keep air moving, which prevents stagnation and cools a room. So get rid of those dirty bladed ceiling fans and replace it with a bladeless Exhale Fan!