Dust is a major component of your indoor environment. You wipe it off surfaces, sweep and vacuum it frequently. But have you stopped and thought about how it may be degrading your indoor air quality? Read on to learn more.
Improving indoor air quality starts with minimizing pollutants, such as dust. Here are some dusting techniques and other tools to help minimize dust and improve indoor air quality (IAQ).
Living in a dusty house isn’t just untidy. It can also cause health issues, especially if you or someone in your family has asthma or other respiratory conditions. Having a dust problem in your Dayton home can also trigger allergic reactions to dust mites. Minimizing the amount of dust in your home helps prevent these […]
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.
Smog control may be the main environmental worry for Dayton’s many aerospace firms, but for most area home owners, dust reduction is the fastest way to improve IAQ (indoor air quality).
There are three primary categories of indoor air pollution you should be aware of. Maintaining your health and the health of your family can depend on it. Eliminating each type requires a unique approach, though there are some systems that can be effective against them all. These three groups include: Floating particles: Dander, dust, and pollen Gaseous […]
This past winter brought unpredictable weather, and this pattern has carried on into spring. For this reason, you may have forgotten about your annual A/C maintenance. It is important to add this to your spring to-do list, though, before the weather gets too hot, or you may find that your A/C unit isn’t working or […]
Your home’s ductwork system is a key component in the overall process of heating and cooling your home. Once your HVAC equipment produces conditioned air, that air then travels through the ductwork.