allergies

November 5, 2015

Keep Fall Allergy Symptoms at Bay with Improved Indoor Air Quality

For allergy sufferers, the transition to fall means more than just cooler weather and preparation for the holidays. It can also mean significant discomfort as allergy symptoms kick in. By improving the indoor air quality of your home, however, you can help minimize these symptoms. The following list showcases a few of the ways you can tend to indoor air quality this season. Change HVAC system air filters: Make sure your heating system has new filters in place when you […]
May 21, 2015

Telltale Signs Your Ducts Are Due for Cleaning

If you’re like many homeowners, you may be wondering if you should schedule your HVAC tech for a duct cleaning. It depends on a number of factors from home to home, including HVAC usage and care and the types and amounts of contaminants in the home. If you’ve never had your air ducts cleaned or it’s been several years since, it’s probably worth your time to have the ductwork inspected. Keep reading to see if any of the common telltale signs of contaminated […]
May 7, 2015

Reduce Household Dust for Better Indoor Air Quality

If you have a dust allergy, you’re not alone. The dead skin cells, textile fibers and dust mites that comprise household dust are enough to make even the most robust nose sneeze. Fighting dust is an uphill battle, but you can gain the advantage with these tips to reduce household dust. Keep Closets Organized Clothes, towels and bedding shed fibers all the time, making the closet one of the dustiest places in your home. Box and bag what you can, […]
March 19, 2015

Can Dust Buildup Really Harm Your Health?

Wherever you find humans, you’ll find dust. Consisting of dead skin, hair, soil and other particles throughout your home, dust can quickly settle on every surface. It’s also very unsightly and can significantly degrade indoor air quality. Here are some dust buildup dangers and how to deal with them in your Peachtree City home. Allergies and Respiratory Symptoms Dust mites are tiny arachnids that live inside household dust and are a common allergy trigger. Dust may also contain mold, pollen and anything else that gets tracked […]