Spring is here. And with it comes sneezing, itchy eyes, and runny noses for allergy sufferers. So how can you reduce the number of allergens in your indoor air? While the best way to
While summertime is often portrayed as the outdoor-living season, we know that the sweltering heat and humidity tends to drive us indoors, seeking shelter in the cool comfort of sweet air conditioning. But when
When it comes time for a spring HVAC inspection, are your ducts included? Many homeowners don’t give their home’s ducts a second thought, but there’s a lot that can go wrong in that out-of-sight system.
If you’re prone to indoor allergies, don’t ignore your symptoms. Fortunately, there are several ways to identify indoor allergy triggers and minimize their presence in your Cleveland home. Here are
Indoor mold has the potential to wreak havoc on your health and home, but it’s much easier to manage and even eliminate with UV lights. The ultraviolet spectrum of light is invisible to the human eye,
Humidity levels in your home rise and fall throughout the year as the seasons change and the temperatures warm and cool. High humidity causes problems like mold, mildew and allergy flare-ups. Low humidity also comes
There are two things homeowners should know about mold: It’s already in your home, and there are things you can do to stop it from becoming a problem.
When hot air and moisture is allowed to get into your attic, it forces your air system to work harder and longer than should be required. The extra wear and tear this creates increases the
In your battle to improve your home’s indoor air quality, you need to control three different types of pollutants: The first type is particulate matter, which is inorganic matter, such as
This time of year in northeast Ohio, most of us are enjoying springtime while planning our family vacations or backyard BBQs for the coming summer. Now is also an excellent time for an air conditioning