In The News

SafeHome Filters is quickly becoming recognized as a leader in the field of indoor air quality.

Recent press coverage

“Safe Home Acquires SafeHome Filters”, IOWA CITY, IA – (Mar. 31, 2011) – Safe Home Products® (Safe Home™) has acquired Asheville, NC based SafeHome Filters®, a leading provider of premier home air filter replacements. Based on technologies used in hospitals and airports, SafeHome Filters developed replacements for standard home air filters that are unique in addressing odors, many harmful gases, and particulates such as dust. Safe Home’s existing infrastructure and marketing strength creates the ability to grow the sales of SafeHome Filters across multiple channels. Click here to read more.

“Couple start business that helps clear the air at home”, Asheville Citizen Times, April 26, 2009. Click here or copy and paste this link:

“SafeHome Filters”, Yardstick Magazine, November 2008, p. 13.

“Spring Cleaning Product Picks”, Organize Magazine, March 2008, Alyson McNutt English, p. 22.

“Be It Ever So Healthy…”, Better Homes and Gardens, March 2008 by Doug Donaldson, p. 200.

“Homeowners: Act to increase indoor air quality this winter”, Asheville Citizen-Times, December 2, 2007

“Indoor Pollution Blamed for Rise in Asthma, Complications of Respiratory Disease”, Respiratory Management, October 2007. Click hereor copy and paste this link:

“Purificadores para tu aire interior”, Casa Ecologica, October 2007. Click here or copy and paste this link:

“Breathe Easy with SafeHome Filters”, EnviroPages, October 6, 2007. Click here or copy and paste this link:

“Safe at Home”, Green Building Product Dealer, September 2007. Click here or copy and past this link:

“SafeHome Filters Help Keep Home Air Clean”, RT for Decision Makers in Respiratory Care, September 19, 2007. Click here or copy and paste this link:

“The Hidden Health Impact of Indoor Air Pollution”, 21st Century Health Care Forum, SkyRadio Presented by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Click here or copy and paste this link:

“Special filters can boost indoor air quality”, Asheville-Citizen Times, July 29, 2007.

Company press releases

New type of home air filter from Asheville company changes the lives of local retirees.

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (December 4, 2007) – Sam McLamb, Founder of SafeHome Filters, will be speaking at 2:15 on December 6, 2007 during Advantage Innovation at the Crowne Plaza in Asheville.

Mr. McLamb will be available after the talk to share and discuss a recent case study and interview of a local retiree suffering from COPD and the impact on his and his wife’s lives when VOCs were reduced to a safe concentration from greater than 10 times that level.

SafeHome Filters Offers Tips for Healthier Home Air This Winter

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (October 22, 2007) – Closing up a home for winter weather can make allergies and asthma worse, due to sealing in aggravating indoor air pollutants. Indoor air pollution poses a greater health risk than air pollution found outdoors. Dangerous gases such as formaldehyde and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) come from items like furniture, carpet and building materials.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently ranked indoor air quality among the top five greatest threats to public health. Based on recommendations from the EPA, SafeHome Filters has developed a list of tips for a healthier home. Click here for the full release.

Safehome Filters Supports Western North Carolina Green Building Council

Asheville, NC (September 11, 2007) – SafeHome Filters announced a sponsorship agreement with the Western North Carolina Green Building Council’s HealthyBuilt Homes program. The Council is a non-profit organization that promotes healthy and environmentally-friendly building practices through energy efficient construction methods with safe materials, preserving land around construction areas and community education programs.

SafeHome Filters Launches a New Product for Trapping Hazardous Gases Commonly Found in Manufactured Housing

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (September 4, 2007) – Manufactured homes constructed with composite wood products are emitting levels of formaldehyde, contributing to health problems such as asthma, heart disease and even premature death. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), there is no safe level of exposure to the carcinogen in indoor air.

SafeHome Filters Clean Up Indoor Air Pollution

Asheville, NC (August, 1, 2007) – While most Americans are keenly aware of the problems associated with greenhouse gases and outdoor air pollution, many do not know that indoor air is often more dangerous than outdoor air — even in the most polluted cities. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) now lists poor indoor air quality among the top five greatest threats to public health.