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Keep the inside of your home a healthy, allergy-free zone this fall. It’s possible with just a few updates to your home and some small changes to your routine.
Home is where your heart is — but is it where your health is? According to the EPA, poor indoor air quality (IAQ) is one of the top five environmental risks to public health. This isn’t surprising when you consider… Read More >
Back-to school … back to germs! It’s that time of year when the kids head back to the classroom, but are they as prepared as they should be to prevent colds, flu and other illness? The sheer fact that the… Read More >
The dust on dairy farms may help prevent children from developing allergies and asthma. Want a life free of allergy and asthma symptoms? Head on down to the farm. According to recent news reports, studies have shown that Amish children… Read More >
Wildfires are currently raging in Canada and some parts of the northern U.S. While the situation is especially scary for those in the immediate vicinity, pollution from wildfires can actually carry for thousands of miles, impacting indoor air quality. Can… Read More >
How’s your indoor air? Talk to your HVAC contractor about improving indoor air quality with whole-home air purification, and stay happy and healthy this summer.… Read More >
According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, 20 million people in the United States are affected by asthma symptoms. The Foundation states that while much research remains to be done on the causes, cure and prevention of this… Read More >
The EPA has named poor indoor air quality as one of the top 5 environmental risks to public health. This makes sense when you consider:Americans spend 90% of their time indoors Your home’s air may be up to 100… Read More >