Fall allergies don’t get the same headlines as those in spring and summer, but this time of year can be especially bad for those who are allergic to mold and ragweed pollen. Check out a few lesser known triggers to be aware of this time of year.
You’ve heard about the value of a kitchen remodel or finishing up the master bathroom. Now it’s time to consider something that can have a big impact on the health and longevity of your home environment.
You’re in the hot seat: Which state has the highest relative humidity levels in the summer? You might be surprised to see that our most northern state atop this list, but there’s a reason that Alaska has the highest relative humidity (RH).
Sometimes you can’t see it, but you can definitely tell it’s there. Itchy eyes, sneezing, sore throat, congestion—these are all signs of a mold allergy. And if you or your family suffer those symptoms while in your home and you’re… Read More >
Well spring gets all the blame, fall can be a tough time for allergy sufferers, too! Learn what might be causing your late season sneezes and sniffles.
Many homeowners rely solely on air conditioning to keep their homes comfortable during the hot months of the year. This causes the AC unit to overcool the home, making the living environment uncomfortable. It also places a big burden on… Read More >
Crawlspace or basement flooding can occur any time of year. Snow melt and thawing ground water can lead to flooding in the cooler months. Heavy rains can cause problems in the summer. When you walk downstairs and find you’ve had… Read More >
When people think about protecting their homes from spring storms, they usually give more consideration to their roofs than their basements. However, heavy rain falls also mean there is a greater chance for flooding in crawlspaces and basements. While flooding… Read More >
Aprilaire dehumidifier helps save Ohio couple’s basementThe recent severe weather in the Midwest flooded the basement of Bill and Marilyn Johnson, a couple living in Ohio. With so much moisture left in their basement, they weren’t sure how to… Read More >