New Delhi is undoubtedly one of the hottest cities in India. Here, summers are associated with unbearable heat waves, scorching sun and temperatures rising above 45 degrees Celsius. At such a difficult time, we at Daikin India, strived to touch the lives of common people. ‘Fill the air with Goodness’ is not just a punch line for us, we abide by it and have put it into action by spreading the goodness all around.
The air inside your home only looks clean. It comes as no surprise that outdoor air pollution easily enters your home and brings in a bundle of deadly viruses, bacteria, allergens and other harmful pollutants that are invisible to the naked eye.
In today's times, when health is compromised on various levels, pollution is one factor which is the prime culprit. Keep your indoor air free from all the indoor pollutants like pollen, dust, mould, mites and pet dander.
Do you sniffle and wheeze throughout the year? It seems buying an air purifier is now a necessity in the wake of the severe pollution and allergies that people face and soon every household will need one, just like water purifiers.
Luckily, air cleaning innovation has made some amazing progress and you now have a range of various devices that are suited to handle particular air quality needs. When you consider air purifiers, you presumably relate the need with outside pollutants.
More people died of air pollution in India than neighbouring China last year, said a Greenpeace study recently. Do you know that your interiors are buzzing with many harmful viruses, allergens, bacteria and other harmful pollutants that are invisible to the naked eye?
It is a myth that the air you breathe at work, or at home or in the enclosed spaces are safe, or any better than the outside polluted air. The air you breathe at home is more harmful than you think. For every parent,
Our ears are attuned to the very commonly used term “Pollution’’. The air has been contaminated with harmful gases, dust, smoke which is constantly making it very difficult for humans to survive.
An average person spends most of his time outside, but is content on coming home given the belief that there is no pollution indoors as compared to the outdoor environment. The question arises: How clean is the air we breathe in our homes?