TipsOnAir started with one simple goal. To make as many people breathe in clean air as possible. We all take the air we breathe for granted, often forgetting it is the most essential gift we are given. We wanted to make the world of indoor air easy to understand and empower everyday people living everyday lives with the ability to make the right choices and take control of the air in their homes and workplaces.
With this particular interest in the world of indoor air quality, it’s essential that we can get the right advice without all the nonsense. Our priority from the very beginning has been all about making sure our audience is given the unbiased, transparent information needed to make informed and research-backed decisions.
Things have developed a bit since the start of the site. What started as a simple hobby project for us soon grew into a large information hub, all thanks to the support from our readers.
The team here at TipsOnAir expanded rapidly in these past years, all so that we could provide you, our readers, with even more high quality, research-based air quality advice. Please feel free to dig in and discover the site from end to end, we are certain you’ll enjoy what you see…
Patrick started writing about air quality and clean air academically for his Master’s Degree. He fell deep into the subject and could never leave it since then. That’s why this site is his obsession!
Ellen is a certified health professional. With a strong background in respiratory healthcare, she started writing in order to help others obtain a preventative lifestyle and get access to clean air at home!
Technical Writer & Researcher
Gerard has a B.A. in environmental studies and a M.Sc. in the impact of Air Quality Engineering and Science (EESS). He is the master mind behind our technical tests, comparisons, and research-backed approach.
Bree makes sure we are able to marry our information with an aesthetic outlook. She heads the design and visual graphics of the site.
Digital Marketing and Technical Director
Sunjay makes sure we are relevant and that the right audience finds us when they research the subject of air quality. Without him, TipsOnAir would be singing to an empty room…