According to The American Academy of Allergy & Immunology (AAAAI), indoor air quality can significantly decrease around the holidays due to “Christmas tree mold.” To ensure your employees or family members are safe and healthy, consider getting a professional air duct … Continue reading Got Christmas Tree Mold? Talk to us!
Duct cleaning has been up for a debate for quite some time. Is it really money well spent or is it a hoax that companies use to get easy money in their pocket? If you look through your local newspaper, … Continue reading Deep Duct Cleaning Discounts: Beware!
Avoiding flowers and trees will only get you so far during allergy season. Watch out for these surprising causes of allergy flare-ups. Stay away from pollen. Pop antihistamines. You know the drill. But if you’re one of the approximately 20% … Continue reading 11 unexpected spring allergy triggers
Before we get into the good stuff, it’s important to understand why you would need duct cleaning in the first place. Over time, air ducts collect a variety of potentially harmful contaminants such as mould, spores, pollen, human and pet dander, … Continue reading Setting the record straight about duct cleaning
Air isn’t as light as it seems. It’s pushing on your skin right now with up to 15 pounds of pressure per square inch, a weight so familiar you can’t feel it. Your lungs feel it, though, especially when it’s … Continue reading 7 reasons to consider indoor air-quality testing
As a rule, we all tend to adhere to the “out of sight, out of mind” mantra when it comes to home maintenance. Unfortunately, these out of sight places are the ones that can need the most attention. Air duct … Continue reading When should you get your air ducts cleaned?
CONTROL PET DANDER Pet dander is less of a problem for COPD than for asthma, because dander particles are usually too big to penetrate deep into the airways, says Dr. Edelman. Still, many people with COPD also have allergies, which … Continue reading 10 Ways to Keep Your Indoor Air Clean Pt 2.
Studies have repeatedly shown that the air in our house can be worse than the polluted air outside. Because people can spend up to 90% of their time indoors, this presents a serious health risk. Following are some common pollutants that promote poor air quality in the home. 1. Dander. One common pollutant is animal and human dander. Yes, animal and human. It’s not just our four legged friends that contribute to indoor pollutants. Our own dander – miniscule hair follicles and dead skin, etc. – also contributes to the pollutants in our homes. 2. Mites and Cockroaches. An even … Continue reading The Hidden Pollution in Your Home
The EPA lists poor indoor air quality as the fourth largest environmental threat to our country. It’s a scary thought that the air you are breathing inside your home can be so dirty. Most of our time is spent indoors whether it’s at home, work or out shopping. When a home has dirty air, those who have allergies and asthma suffer daily. A typical six room home can accumulate 40 pounds or more of dust every year just from living in it and doing normal day to day activities. There are a few things you can do to help keep your … Continue reading How healthy is your indoor air?
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