Seeking Asylum During the COVID-19 Pandemic

AlorAir Team | October 7, 2020

Shelter managers and public health professionals are taking steps to reduce the spread of COVID-19 among people seeking shelter in severe weather events. Here are some tips to help you prepare and reduce the risk of infection while staying safe in the shelter. Prepare for asylum If you may need to evacuate, please prepare a …

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Stay Safe During the Storm and COVID-19

AlorAir Team | September 29, 2020

The storm season and other potential disasters can be stressful, and since the 2020 storm season occurs during the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, safety needs to be paid more attention. Public health and emergency response experts will provide advice to help you prepare safely, evacuate, and cover storms while protecting yourself and others from …

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Benefits of Owning a Alorair Dehumidifier

AlorAir Team | September 21, 2020

A dehumidifier is a device that is designed to control indoor humidity by regulating the amount of moisture in the air. They come in different sizes, capacities, and different working mechanisms. It is also worth noting that while most are portable, some are fixed and are installed as part of heating ventilation and air conditioning …

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(COVID-19): Autumn health tips

AlorAir Team | September 14, 2020

How does the virus spread? The spread of this virus is mainly through the respiratory droplets (produced by coughing, sneezing, and speaking) of the infected person entering the mouth, nose, or eyes of nearby people. After touching the surface of an object contaminated by the virus, and then touching the mouth, nose, or eyes, people …

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How to Help Children Safely Return to School During COVID-19

AlorAir Team | September 7, 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the lives of parents and children are struggling. Going back to school is an important and exciting thing, but you and your child may have many questions. Here is how to support your child’s coping styles. When and how does the school resume classes? The number of children returning to school …

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How Does A Dehumidifier Work?

AlorAir Team | September 1, 2020

Are you suspecting that your house is becoming damp? It is normal. The day to day house chores such as cleaning and cooking, laundry and activities such as showering contribute to a significant increase in indoor moisture. While it is perfectly normal and explainable as to why your home is damp, the unpleasant environment created …

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How Humidity Level Affects Construction Projects

AlorAir Team | August 24, 2020

For large construction projects, many variables have to be considered to ensure that the workmanship is of the required standard, and is delivered on time within the specified budget. However, there are several challenges that the site supervisor or the contractor faces while working towards the timely completion of the project, and most notably is …

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Data Center Cooling, Dehumidification and Maintaining Safe Humidity Levels

AlorAir Team | August 17, 2020

Regulating humidity levels is imperative for the proper functioning of equipment in data centers. However, the challenge comes in ensuring that a regular computer room air does not hinder the normal operations in the room. A standard computer room usually has a relative humidity ranging between 45% and 85%. On the other hand, literature from …

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Expert Tips for Mold Prevention

AlorAir Team | August 10, 2020

The thought or sheer mention of the word mold is enough to make a homeowner quiver, especially if it is their first house. Yes, it has its benefits in making anti-biotic, decomposition of organic matter, and whatnot. However, its presence in a home should be a reason to worry, more so if their growth goes undetected. …

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Water Damage VS Flood Damage: What you need to know

AlorAir Team | August 3, 2020

It is not a surprise that only a handful of people can distinguish between water accrued damages and that of flooding. Contrary to a number of opinions, flood damage is not a type of water damage, we all just assume that are the same. Natural elements with the H2O, similar consistency, perilous in effect, but …

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