Since you spend lots of time at home, if your home’s air quality is poor, then the health of you and your loved ones will suffer. You may notice symptoms such as worsened asthma or headaches. Especially if mold is growing in your house, poor air quality can have even more serious effects.Read More
More and more people are growing concerned about what’s in their water — and with good reason. You’ve probably seen an increase in troubling articles about contamination in public water supplies around the country.Read More
According to the Centers for Disease Control, indoor air quality has improved since the 1990s, yet we still face serious health risks from particulates, bacteria, mold and pathogens. UV air filters use ultraviolet light rays to eliminate pathogens and bacteria as they pass by — the UV light deploys electromagnetic radiation to break down their molecular…Read More
You expect your home to be a comfortable place to live, but you have a hard time enjoying it when you run into moisture problems. Excessive moisture in your home can cause several issues. The foundation can develop cracks and sags, which spells long-term trouble for the property. You could end up needing to fill cracks in the foundation…Read More
A clean environment is a healthy environment. Your priority list for house cleaning may begin with clearing away clutter and scrubbing surface grime, but it undoubtedly also extends to removing contaminants from your air and water. Life gets busy, however, and in the hectic scramble of meeting work and family commitments it can be difficult…Read More
Iron is all around us: beneath our feet in the ground, inside every cell in our bodies and even in some of the air we breathe. It’s the second most common metal in the earth’s crust, and yet 25 percent of the world’s population suffers anemia from not ingesting enough of it. Given this fact, it…Read More
When temperatures spike, it’s easy for utility bills to spike right along with them. The availability of home air conditioning systems together with the accumulation of warm, humid air inside your house can tempt you to dial down your AC thermostat setting to “arctic.” You do have some additional options, however, that can help you…Read More
Being healthy requires good eating and drinking habits. In other words, you are what you consume every day. So, when you drink a lot of water, it’s best to have access to a high-quality source. Americans are fortunate to have in-home drinking water supplies. However, not all cities are lucky enough to have high-quality water…Read More
Thousands dying each year from the effect of poor air quality, including
pollutants from everyday objects and appliances in their homes, claims
landmark new report
Read the full article at: www.telegraph.co.uk
Perhaps you are aware that air fresheners and household cleaning products make the air in your home unhealthy. But you may be unaware as to how dangerous they really are. A landmark report in England claims that “indoor air pollution may have caused or contributed to 99,000 deaths annually in Europe”.
While the report highlights the dangers of carbon monoxide from faulty heaters and boilers, what’s scarier is the risk of air pollution from common items such as air fresheners and cleaning products.
The problem of indoor air pollution is compounded by the recent efforts to reduce ventilation and improving insulation in the home in order to cut energy bills.
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Is your home suffering from “sick home syndrome”? This all-too-common condition occurs when indoor air pollutants build up in the air inside your home, causing symptoms such as allergies and headaches. Although the most effective form of indoor air purification is a high-quality air purifier or a whole house ventilation system, plants can also help…Read More
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