DENVER (KDVR) — With multiple days of smoke and bad air quality, many people may be feeling the effects on their eyes, throat or lungs.
“I’ve got little kids in the house, and they’ve got allergies and asthma,” said John Hicks, the operations manager at Brother’s Plumbing Heating and Electric in Denver.
To help protect them, Hicks replaced his standard air filter in his home with a polarized media filter.
“It looks like a standard filter, but it’s plugged in, it’s got high voltage to it, and it’s able to attract all this stuff to the filter,” he said.
Other people may use air purifiers for their homes, but some only work in small spaces.
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