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The Silent Killer: Radon

Date: 06-2022

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas detectable in trace amounts in the atmosphere. Radon gas is inert, colorless, odorless; completely undetectable. Outdoors, radon disperses rapidly and, generally, is not a health issue. However, inside homes, schools and workplaces, radon gas can build up and have serious health consequences. According to EPA estimates, radon is […]

How Does Mold Affect Those With Asthma?

Date: 05-2022

Asthma, which affects approximately 25 million Americans, is a long-term disease that causesinflammation and swelling of the airways. Americans spend up to 90% of their time indoors and indoor allergens can often exacerbate asthma symptoms. Mold is one of those allergens. The CDC says, “Inhaling or touching mold or mold spores can cause a person […]

The ABC’s of Indoor Air Quality

Date: 04-2022

There’s been a lot of talk lately about the quality of your indoor air and its role in preventing the spread of viruses and promoting overall health and wellness. Check out some articles (links provided below) that shed light on indoor air quality issues. You’re likely to come across all sorts of terms – from […]

Moisture Means Mold

Date: 04-2022

Spring is here, which brings warmer outdoor temperatures and increasing humidity. Humidity, ofcourse, means moisture – and moisture could lead to mold.According to the CDC, damp and moldy environments may trigger health effects such as nasalstuffiness, coughing, throat irritation, etc. Mold is also a common trigger for those who sufferfrom asthma.In order to keep a […]

Spring into Action with our Spring Action Plan!

Date: 03-2022

Spring is in the air, and we’ve got some tips to make sure that your indoor air is just as fresh as the spring air! Preparing your home for the season is all about allergen control: balancing your home’s indoor air to reduce allergens from mold spores, microbes, and viruses, all of which can wreak […]

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