Archive for May, 2015

Allergy Issues? It Could Be Mold

Monday, May 25th, 2015 by Lisa Pixley

You’ve probably heard about how dangerous a mold colonization can be. But could this possibly be an issue in your home? No matter how often you clean your home and even if you use an air cleaner, mold can still develop as long as there is any moisture around. Mold causes a number of issues for those with severe allergies or asthma, and even for people with no preexisting conditions whatsoever. Take a look at some of the symptoms, and call a specialist if you suspect an issue in your home at all. (more…)

Renovating a Home or Business? Don’t Forget to Clean the Ducts!

Monday, May 18th, 2015 by Lisa Pixley

Renovating your property may be an exciting time, but as you will certainly notice, a lot of dust is created throughout the length of the project. The renovation process kicks up a lot of dust which can be a pain to clean up after. Confining dust to the area being worked on can be difficult, which is why professional air duct cleaning is often so important after a renovation. (more…)

How to Keep the Air Clean in Your Workplace

Monday, May 11th, 2015 by Lisa Pixley

Have you heard the term “sick building syndrome?” This is a condition in which the people in a given building experience health issues that seem to be directly related to their time spent in the space. Although this is occasionally a short-term problem (resulting from nearby construction, for example), some building owners and managers must take aggressive steps toward keeping the air cleaner in the building and protecting the health of their employees. (more…)

How to Prevent Mold Growth

Monday, May 4th, 2015 by Lisa Pixley

When mold spores settle in damp areas, mold growth can run rampant, and you may end up with a major issue that can leave members of your family feeling ill. Mold can lead to allergic reactions, asthma attacks, and can even provoke symptoms in non-allergic people. Mold also causes damage to the surface that it grows on, and it will worsen over time. You should take measures against mold as soon as you notice a problem, but preventive action is always the best step. (more…)