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Controlling Dust Mites

Controlling Dust Mites

Mite allergens are considered one of the most potent allergens in house dust. The most common genus of mites found in house dust in north America and Europe is Dermatophagoides,…

Asthma & Allergy Control

Asthma & Allergy Control

Allergies are a common health hazard connected with indoor humidity. The immune system in our body reacts with allergens around us and develops undesirable symptoms. Dust mites, mold and mildew…

Indoor Air Quality and Relative Humidity

Indoor Air Quality and Relative Humidity

Indoor Air Quality The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lists indoor air quality among its top environmental health threats. There are three key components to healthy air. It must be fresh,…

Carpet Cleaning and Mold Growth

Carpet Cleaning and Mold Growth

It’s a fine line! Wet carpeting is an ideal mold breeding ground if it is not immediately dried. Carpet dries quickly if there is a low relative humidity air around…

Relative Humidity at School

Relative Humidity at School

IAQ In Schools Nearly 56 million people in the United States spend their days in elementary and secondary schools. According to the Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics,…

relative-humidity-and-your-home Relative Humidity and Your Home

Relative Humidity and Your Home

Unless you live in an arid climate, periods of high humidity create a myriad of problems for structures and people. Symptoms of high humidity would include: A musty odor in…