Fall brings a pleasant break from summer heat, but it also gives rise to more respiratory symptoms for many people. Allergies are commonly the culprit this time of year, rather than the common cold, and improving indoor air quality can help. Here's what you can do.
Common household dust is an unhealthy cocktail made up of skin cells, textile fibers, hair, mold spores, insect parts, chemical pollutants and many other particles that you don't want floating in the air your family breathes every day. Reducing household dust and improving your indoor air quality isn't difficult if you follow these tips:
Keeping indoor allergies at bay is not always easy when you're trying to figure out what's causing them. The key to controlling what triggers your allergy symptoms is identifying those allergens, and determining the steps you can take to ensure that the IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) in your Ft. Wayne area home is the best it can be.
How clean is your indoor air? Particulates in your home's air can aggravate seasonal allergies or even make them worse year-round. Here are five ways you can improve your indoor air quality (IAQ) and stop allergens in their tracks.
Having an air filter functioning at a high level is crucial if you want your home's HVAC system to function smoothly and effectively. It’s a small and simple maintenance job, but is necessary if you want to keep your energy bills down and your comfort level up.