Posts Tagged ‘allergens’
If you’ve ever taken a box fan out of a closet after a long winter, you probably registered the “eww factor” upon seeing the blades covered with dust and dirt. Clearly, that fan isn’t going to speed along with that amount of grime slowing it down.
If you think your home has optimal air quality naturally, you’re likely mistaken. The EPA asserts that the air in your home should be a bigger concern than the outdoor air.
The air we breathe in our homes is all too easy to take for granted. But when someone in the family develops a respiratory condition, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or an allergy to dander and dust, clean indoor air becomes a concern — as well as a priority.
No alarms will go off, and they don’t exactly stop working, so how do you know it’s time to consider a professional duct cleaning?
When the outdoor temperature gets uncomfortably hot or cold, it’s likely that you spend more time inside. Unfortunately, spending time in your home often means breathing air that’s more polluted than what’s outside.
Allergens hitch a ride directly into your home on your clothes, your pets and anything else that comes through the door. Even if you stop most of the allergens at the door — by asking family members and friends to remove their shoes, for example — it’s still a good idea to have a purification […]
Every day millions of dust and other types of particles enter a home and negatively affect the quality of the indoor air you and your family breathe. These particles range from mildly irritating dust and pollen to harmful smoke and viruses.
If you’ve tried to control spring allergies, you know there is usually no quick, one-step solution. But if you follow these seven allergy-busting tips, your efforts will add up: