Wildfires – How Do They Affect Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality?

According to research gathered in an article by NPR, wildfire smoke can easily enter your home, creating cardiac and respiratory problems, and making indoor air quality hazardous. Though you may think that staying indoors is the safest place to be during a wildfire, it often can be just as dangerous as being outdoors due to...

Do I Really Have to Change My Air Filter?

Maintaining your home or apartment comes with an already long list of things to do, so it’s no surprise you may be wondering whether or not you really need to change your home’s air filter. The short answer, however, is a resounding yes — for a number of reasons that will not only protect your...

Where to Get Indoor Air Quality Testing in San Diego

In the last several years, scientific evidence has indicated that the air within homes and other buildings can be more polluted than outdoor air in even the most industrialized cities. Individuals who spend long periods of time indoors are exposed to indoor pollutants that can cause serious health risks. Prior to scheduling an Indoor Air...

Dust Mite Prevention Techniques That Work

Just about 80 percent of American homes have some level dust mite allergens— whether that’s in beds, carpets, or other fabric and upholstery. While a certain amount of dust mite allergen is normal and in fact, expected, there are methods you can use to reduce their volume, and more importantly, the allergy and asthma symptoms...

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