Humidifall LLC, leader in water wall humidification and IAQ solutions for the residential, commercial, and industrial markets, is announcing partnership with the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America's local chapter to bring cognizance to allergy sufferers of how 40% relative humidity and cleaning indoor air can improve their health and comfort. For every waterfall humidity system that is purchased through the recommendation of an AAFA member or doctor, Humidifall has agreed to donate $250 to the St. Louis chapter.
Allergists and ENT doctors recommend indoor environments that are around 40% relative humidity to reduce the risk of bacteria, viruses, and asthma-related allergens. Humidifall waterfall systems not only improve indoor air quality by maintaining optimal humidity, but capture airborne particles such as mold, pollen, and dust, which are automatically filtered, sterilized, and flushed out of a self-cleansing reservoir.
Marketing Manager of Humidifall, Melissa Reed, who has collaborated with the AAFA in building this awareness states, "Studies have shown that keeping your working and living space at the proper humidity level can reduce the effects of contaminants in the air. We know this, the AAFA knows this, and experts in the field know this, but unfortunately, many of those in the general public who suffer from seasonal allergies are unaware of how humidity levels can affect the way they feel. In fact, most of our customers didn't know how great they could feel until they actually felt the benefits of having a Humidifall in their home.
We are so excited to have joined with the local AAFA in creating the sponsorship program. We are in the process of planning some events with them at which local doctors and chapter members can get involved. Eventually, we hope to reach other AAFA chapters and do the same."
Founded in 1998, Humidifall LLC is a privately held company that is the energy efficiency leader in the humidification industry, supplying its In-Wall, Transparent, and Custom water wall solutions to improve indoor air quality throughout the world.