Archive for May, 2016

How Pet Allergies Affect You

Monday, May 30th, 2016 by Lisa Pixley

Pet-related allergies are fairly common, but there are ways to keep them under control. We don’t want you to get rid of Fluffy or Fido, but we do think homeowners with allergies should know how exposure affects them, and what they should do to keep the problem to a minimum. (more…)

How to Reduce Allergy Symptoms Indoors

Monday, May 23rd, 2016 by Lisa Pixley

When your allergy symptoms are out of control, you might find yourself running to the pharmacy often for costly antihistamines and decongestants. It’s particularly annoying when it seems like, even with all of these different medications, your allergies are the worse when you’re inside of your own home! (more…)

Air Duct Cleaning Could Be the Answer to Your Indoor Air Quality Troubles

Monday, May 16th, 2016 by Lisa Pixley

If you’ve been searching for the solution to your biggest indoor air quality troubles, your local air duct experts might have it. Though we may not be able to get rid of all of the particles causing you trouble, a great number of them linger in the ducts. (more…)

Air Duct Cleaning Can Improve Air Quality…and More!

Monday, May 9th, 2016 by Lisa Pixley

You’re sick of your allergies acting up in your own home, even as you run the air conditioner and air passes through a filter. Contaminants can linger in the air ducts and force their way out into the air you breathe no matter how powerful your filter may be. Professional air duct cleaning is one of the best ways to combat this particular issue. (more…)

How Do Air Ducts Get So Dirty?

Monday, May 2nd, 2016 by Lisa Pixley

Dirty air ducts can have a major effect on your health and on the way that your air conditioner works. When the ducts are dirty, there’s a chance that the air from your blower fan can kick up some of the dust and debris and send it back to the air in your home, aggravating your allergy symptoms or making things worse if you have asthma or an immune system disorder. Additionally, airflow may be restricted through the system due to friction from the buildup in the pipes, which can lower AC and heating efficiency. (more…)