You may already know that your indoor air quality declines when your house is closed up against the cold winter weather, and it may be particularly concerning if anyone in your household suffers from allergies, asthma or other respiratory problems. Learning more about air filtration vs. air cleaning can help you find the right solution […]
Turning on your furnace isn’t enough to keep your house warm in the wintertime. It’s also important to close all of the storm windows, storm doors, and seal any gaps that may cause chilly drafts. Unfortunately, even if your home is kept immaculately clean, recirculated air will decline in quality.
The cooler fall weather in Dayton offers relief from summer heat, but it also means that it’s allergy season. Tree pollen, ragweed and other allergens can make you sniffly and congested whether you’re inside or outside. Keep in mind that you can track these allergens inside on your clothes and shoes. In addition, your furnace […]
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 […]
It may seem counterintuitive, but indoor air is often more polluted than the air outside. That’s one reason it is important to use quality air filters and change them regularly. Air filters also help protect your heating and air conditioning equipment by preventing particles and other contaminants from entering the system. Dirty filters can cause […]