allergens

February 21, 2017

Considering Improving Your Home’s IAQ by Using UV Lights? Here’s What You Need to Know

Although they require professional installation and incur maintenance costs over time, UV lights could be the most effective and convenient way to improve your indoor air quality (IAQ). These lights are silent, have no moving parts and create no odors. What They Do Selecting a UV lighting system for air purification and better IAQ reduces the number of harmful viruses, bacteria, mold spores, allergens and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the air. They work by altering the DNA of organic […]
March 10, 2015

Common Indoor Allergy Triggers & How to Avoid Them

Would you be surprised to learn that the air inside your home is more polluted than the air outdoors? Modern homes are built for efficiency, and while this can keep your heating and cooling bills down, it can also trap various allergy triggers and make your indoor air quality intolerable. To combat this problem, you need to be aware of the most common indoor allergy triggers and how to avoid them: Dust mites thrive on dead human skin cell in your bed,carpeting and any fabric […]
December 16, 2014

Keep Winter Allergies Out of Your Peachtree City Home With These Tips

Peachtree City’s mild climate may be pleasant, but it also makes winter allergies a likely problem. Taking a few simple steps to allergy-proof your home will help you enjoy the season without all of the sneezing. Manage Your Humidity Condensation and closed windows contribute to indoor humidity issues during the winter. High humidity encourages mold growth and dust mites, both of which can trigger allergies. To control your indoor humidity, always use your exhaust fans for a few minutes after cooking […]