You can’t see dust mites, but if you are one of the 20 million Americans who are allergic to them, you will know they are present in your home. Inhaling the byproducts of dust mites creates allergic reactions that range from cold-like symptoms to severe respiratory problems more akin to asthma.
Are dust and allergies making it hard to enjoy yourself inside your home? A few changes to your habits can lead to much better indoor-air quality.
If you’re an allergy sufferer, summer can be especially difficult, especially if pollen counts are high. Dayton boasts one of the worst averages for those who suffer from allergies, with a score of 88.3 from the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.
Spring is coming, and that means allergy season is on the way. You can’t control the air outside, but you can, and should, control the indoor air quality in your home. Both localized cleaning and whole-house air purification can decrease allergens. Even if you don’t suffer from seasonal allergies or asthma, improving indoor air quality […]