No matter how clean you keep your Dayton area home, microbes and fungal spores will be present in your indoor air. Every building has a certain amount of mold and bacteria — this is normal. Problems can occur when mold or bacterial growth begins to accumulate beyond trace amounts in your indoor air, or in hard-to-clean places […]
Unless you’re already purifying your home’s air, it’s safe to bet that your indoor air is carrying a variety of health-threatening micro-organisms. To battle these airborne irritants, a growing number of homeowners are turning to UV lights. Let’s take a look at how these air-cleaning systems work and how they can help clean your air.
When it comes to cleaning the air in your Dayton-area home, many homeowners are quickly discovering a new method: UV lights. These high-intensity ultraviolet lights get the job done and make a great complement to your HVAC system. If you’re serious about improving your home’s indoor air quality, look no further.
The quality of your home’s indoor air can have a significant effect, positive or negative, on your family’s well-being. Poor indoor air can lead to illness and disease, trigger allergy attacks and cause or aggravate respiratory problems such as asthma. Airborne biological contaminants such as viruses, germs, bacteria, fungi and mold spores can easily spread […]
Do you ever think about the air quality in your home, and the possible threat of mico-organisms to you and your family? Poor quality indoor air counts as one of the top five environmental health risks, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. But there are steps you can take to improve the air quality […]
An air filtration system provides an effective first level of cleaning for your home’s indoor air. In combination with a high-efficiency filter, an air purifier removes many of the more common airborne particles and contaminants, including dust, mold, pollen and animal dander. Filters will also remove some microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses, but their […]
Pollution isn’t something Dayton area residents should have to worry about in the comfort of their own home. Unfortunately, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that the average U.S. home contains as much as five times the pollution as the air outdoors, a condition that is known to cause or aggravate approximately half of […]
Your home’s ventilation is directly connected to your indoor air quality. Air circulation helps bring fresh air into your home while removing indoor air pollution. As part of your HVAC system, your vents and duct work also help bring conditioned air to all the areas of your home. Not all ventilation systems are ideal for […]
Like anyone else, homeowners living in the Dayton area want an air conditioning system they can count on when the hot days of summer arrive. The unexpected often happens at the worst possible time. So what can go wrong with your cooling system, and how can you increase the odds that your equipment will run […]
A critical component to maintaining your family’s health is ensuring that the air quality in your home is as good as possible. Even if you don’t have allergies or asthma, poor indoor quality can cause negative effects like stuffiness, itchy eyes, sore throat, and fatigue.