<a href=" http://www.ozoneexpertsblog.com/blog/2011/09/the-queen-of-queenaire...">Official Blog Post on the Ozone Experts Blog</a>
Welcome to the Ozone Experts blog! First let me thank you for taking the time to check us out. My name is Susan Duffy; I am the president and owner of the Newaire, Queenaire, and Rainbowair lines of ozone products. I personally have been selling this technology for over 20 years, and while I hate to age myself, I am very proud of the fact that I am still here selling a product that I have spent a big part of my life traveling from state to state touting the benefits of the technology to anyone who will listen to me.
The business has moved with me and my three children three times over the years and today operates out of our new 6600 sq/ft warehouse in my hometown in upstate NY right on the beautiful St. Lawrence River. With my daughter Nicole Plumley now handling the day to day operations, I am happy to say that the business runs smoothly and continues to grow as ozone technology becomes more main stream and more and more users spread the word as to the magic of ozone. There simply is nothing more effective on the face of this earth for eliminating odors, in fact ozone is how mother nature cleans the face of the earth.
For those of you that still don’t know what ozone is or how it works, simply put, it is the “fresh” in the air that blows through your windows and makes everything smell nice. It is used by hotels, car dealers, apartment owners, nursing homes, schools, municipalities, grocery stores, restoration companies, homeowners and on and on…the common thread being the destruction of odor….naturally, permanently and completely. For the most part the product has been used commercially so for a lot of people, ozone is still a mystery.
I write this blog in the hopes that we can spread the word, to help homeowners who are struggling with the cleanup after flood or smoke damage or a visit from a feisty rodant; it seems there is no end to devastation many homeowners are faced with these days. Cleaning up is a major undertaking and for many just when you thought you were done, there is that lingering odor to remind you of the mess you had. Restoration companies have used this technology for decades to clean up after a disaster.
If you have a story pertaining to an overwhelming odor that you have experienced, please share it with us! I look forward to reading your stories.
-President of QueenAire Technologies, Inc., Susan Duffy