Tiny House Nation, a new show on the FYI network, is out to prove that bigger isn’t always better. Hosts, John Weisbarth and Zack Griffin, both experts in renovation, present a new family in each episode, some who have already been living the tiny house lifestyle, and others who are just embarking on their own tiny adventures. The homes are all under 500 square feet in size, but John and Zack believe that with a little creativity and careful planning, these small spaces can become not only livable, but they can allow homeowners to relieve some financial tensions, decrease their reliance on material things, and bring families closer together.
On Wednesday, July 9th, Tiny House Nation introduced John and Chelsea, a couple from Tennessee and parents to an adorable toddler. Their tiny house move was a real big challenge; they downsized to a home just 173 square feet in size. Though it might seem like an impossible challenge, the Tiny House Nation team created an incredible home for the family. What was our favorite part of the finished home? The Rabbit Air MinusA2 Artists Series air purifier that the team added to the kitchen! The MinusA2’s thin profile and large coverage area was a perfect fit for this family, and by running the purifier in the kitchen they will keep the small space smelling fresh and clean.
Want to see more? Check out Tiny House Nation on Wednesdays at 10pm ET
Since its debut in 2006, our BioGS air purifier has been providing excellent filtration and allergy relief for thousands of customers throughout the United States and even around the world. Although the original BioGS has been extremely popular, one of Rabbit Air’s core values as a company is the belief that we should always be looking for new ways to improve ourselves and our products. With that goal in mind, we set out to revamp the BioGS and make it even better than before. We listened to the opinions of over three thousand customers to see where they saw room for improvement, and we searched far and wide for the latest technology and the most modern, stylish design. Finally, we are proud to introduce our new BioGS 2.0!
Our BioGS 2.0 starts with the advanced, efficient filtration technology that you have come to expect from Rabbit Air. The BioGS 2.0 has a four stage filtration system, including our bio-engineered HEPA filter and our Charcoal Based Activated Carbon filter that uses real pellets of porous charcoal. Taking our next cue from our customers, we updated the user interface of the BioGS to be even more user friendly and easy to use. The BioGS 2.0 is a smarter machine than before – with new features such as an adjustable Automatic mode and a filter replacement countdown so you always know how much life is left in your filters. Our unique display makes each function easy to understand, and will automatically dim after five minutes to reduce light pollution. To wrap all these features in an exciting package, we went to Brazilian designer Guto Indio da Costa, who created a whole new look for the BioGS that was sleeker, more sophisticated, and that embodied the idea of “flow.” We are excited to present the new BioGS 2.0, and we hope that you will love it just as much as we do!
Many of us have had the unfortunate experience of flicking on the lights in the kitchen late at night, and seeing a dark shape quickly skitter back beneath the fridge. Cockroaches usually keep themselves hidden when people are around, and so many people are unaware that the creepy critters are lurking beneath cabinets and appliances around the home. It is estimated that over three quarters of urban homes have hidden cockroach infestations, and seeing one roach is a good indicator that hundreds or even thousands more are hiding nearby. An infestation of cockroaches is more than just unsanitary; the feces, saliva, and body parts of these bugs can cause allergic reactions or asthma attacks in as many as 23 to 60% of sufferers in urban areas. The more severe the asthma or allergies a person has, the more likely they are to have a reaction to cockroaches, and the more important it is to eradicate the infestation.
Cockroaches are notoriously hardy and difficult to get rid of, so if an infestation is suspected, the most important step is to contact a pest control service that specializes in removing the unwanted houseguests. You can also take precautions to make your home more hostile to the bugs by covering trash and keeping all food stored tightly and off of counters. While you work to clear your home from these pests, you can help to relieve some of the allergy symptoms they cause with frequent cleaning. Keep the air in your home clean and breathable by using an air purifier, like our MinusA2, to trap any feces or roach byproducts that may be circulating in the air. Make sure to wipe down surfaces frequently, and clean floors and upholstery using a vacuum with a true HEPA filter. With a proactive approach and a good pest control company to help, you can say goodbye to roaches and start breathing better at home once more.
We believe our MinusA2 air purifiers are the best in the business, but don’t just take our word for it! Check out some bloggers who agree with us…
Mommy Ramblings is written by Carolyn – a woman who truly knows the ins-and-outs of motherhood. A mother of five, Carolyn shares fun and touching stories about her family, offers great advice to others, and shares beautiful photographs from her home studio. Check out Mommy Rambling’s review of our Artists Series MinusA2 air purifier with the beautiful Cherry Blossom design by clicking this link.
Susan, from the blog Susan’s Disney Family, also had the chance to try out our MinusA2. Susan and her family are big Disney fans, of course, but she also blogs about her life as a mother, her family’s travels, and about her favorite products and giveaways. We were happy to hear that Susan’s husband’s allergy symptoms began to decrease after using our air purifier. Read her review right here!
Marissa from The Review Stew is another blogging mamma who had the opportunity to try out one of our MinusA2s. As a mother of three who is also a fitness enthusiast, Marissa writes her blog to help other families learn about products that fit into a healthy and natural lifestyle. In her quest to help reduce her family’s allergies, Marissa has tried many air purifiers, but considers our MinusA2 to be her favorite. Check out her review to see what else she has to say about Rabbit Air.
We want to thank Carolyn, Susan, and Marissa for their thoughtful and flattering reviews. We can’t wait to see who will review Rabbit Air next!
One of the wonderful things about hiking through the forest or lounging at the beach is breathing in the clean, fresh air of nature. The air in these places not only smells great, but breathing it can make us feel energized and excited. What gives the air in natural places such good mojo? Negative ions! Also called anions, these are molecules that have become negatively charged due to strong natural forces such as sunlight, wind, or churning water. There is evidence that breathing air abundant with negative ions has a positive effect on our mood and our health. Doctors and scientists, who are studying the effects of negative ions, say that they can promote alertness and positive feelings in some people, and may help to increase oxygen to the brain. Research is ongoing to learn how to harness the use of negative ions to positively affect health.
While negative ions are plentiful in natural places, they are far less common indoors. Many air purifiers, such as our MinusA2, now come equipped with a negative ion generator in order to infuse our indoor air with these negatively charged molecules. In addition to the possible health benefits, negative ion generators pair well with air purifiers because they can help to increase filtering efficiency. Negative ions are attracted to particles in the air, weighing them down and causing them to sink. You may have experienced this cleaning power yourself after a rainstorm – the negative ions generated by the storm help to clean particle pollution out of the air. When used in the home, negative ions are attracted to the particles of indoor air pollution, weighing them down and making it easier for them to be captured by your air purifier’s filters.