While it is easy to see when you need to dust or sweep, it is harder to see when the air in your home needs cleaning.
In fact, the indoor air you breathe can be hazardous to your health without any telltale signs. Indoor air can be even more polluted than the air outdoors. Do not let the air in your home threaten your family’s health, especially if someone in your family has allergies, asthma or another respiratory disease.
Understanding Indoor Air
There are some pollutants that can affect your indoor air quality such as:
Radon - Radioactive gas that is formed in the soil.
Secondhand Smoke - Comes from burning tobacco products.
Combustion Pollutants - Ex: Space heaters, wood stoves, water heaters, dryers & fireplaces.
Volatile Organic Compounds - Ex: paints & lacquers, paint strippers, cleaning supplies, pesticides, etc.
Molds are living things that produce spores. Molds produce spores that float in the air, land on damp surfaces and grow.
Inhaling or touching molds can cause hay fever-type symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, red eyes, and skin rashes. Molds can also trigger asthma attacks.
Mold can grow anywhere there is moisture in a house.
The key to mold control is moisture control. We can help with that! Click below to schedule a free estimate.