Carrier Global Corporation, through its indoor air quality and Kidde safety brands, and The Procter & Gamble Company’s portfolio of home care brands, including Swiffer and Febreze, are announcing a collaborative effort to improve access to education and tools needed to create safer and healthier homes.
Over half of Americans are more concerned about having a healthy home since the start of the pandemic, and many want to take action to improve the health of their indoor environments.
Carrier and P&G have developed a multi-faceted campaign to provide consumers with useful insights, recommended actions and reliable products. This strategic collaboration will include specific efforts around:
• Education to raise awareness of what a healthy home is and how to maintain one. Click here to learn about spring cleaning for healthier indoor air and increased safety
• Innovation for products that make creating healthier and safer spaces easier
• Integrated Solutions that simplify experiences with more holistic options
“During the last two years, consumers have taken greater interest in their overall wellbeing,” said Isis Wu, vice president and general manager, residential fire and healthy homes, Carrier fire and security. “Healthy homes include several elements such as indoor air quality, dust removal and increased safety, among others. Addressing this complex challenge can be overwhelming, which is why we look forward to collaborating with P&G to drive awareness of simple ways to enhance home health. There’s a lot more to learn and education to do; this is just the beginning.”
“Our brands help make it easier to keep your home clean and healthy, which is why we’re excited to partner with Carrier on tools that empower people to create indoor environments that support their wellbeing,” added Kristine Decker, SVP, global home care, Procter & Gamble.
The collaboration between Carrier and P&G is expected to expand as the healthy homes initiative evolves in alignment with consumer needs and behaviors.