Stop The Sniffles
February 14, 2018
4 Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality
4 Ways To Improve Your Indoor Air Quality
March 27, 2018

February is Care About Your Indoor Air Month!

It's that time of year again, when we don't know quite how to dress each day without checking the weather. Some days still feel like winter, while others start to remind us of the warmer, Spring days ahead. During this seasonal transition, we not only have to deal with the threat of constant colds and flus, but also with allergies as Spring arrives and brings a new wave of pollen along with it.

The air inside your home is the air inside your family.

Flu season has been particularly rough all over the country this year. It doesn't help that during the colder seasons we spend 90% of our time inside where air is constantly recirculated. The EPA estimates that indoor air can be about 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air! That's why we want you, with our help, to get the most out of Care About Your Indoor Air Month.

Let's identify some signs of poor indoor air quality:

Have you had any issues with mold?

Do you use a fireplace or any other heat source that isn't electric?

Do you often forget to change your air filters?

Does the air in your home often seem musty or stale?

Do you often use cleaning chemicals with bleach or sprays with artificial fragrances?

Do you or any of your family members have trouble breathing due to asthma or allergies?

If you answered yes to any of these, don't panic just yet. The vast majority of indoor air issues can be solved by identifying and eliminating the source. One of the services we offer is to install whole-home air cleaners, specifically engineered to filter out the bad stuff so you only breathe the good stuff. These systems are designed to not only prevent biological growth, but can also clear the air so well that the need for over the counter allergy medications are reduced significantly, helping you to breathe a sigh of well-deserved relief.

Give us a call today to learn more about how our air cleaners can improve your indoor air quality!

Candy Heart Bark

Ingredients:
6 oz. white chocolate, coarsely chopped
2 oz. pink candy melts
1/4 tsp canola or vegetable oil
8 oz. semisweet chocolate, coarsely chopped
conversation hearts and sprinkles for decorating
For mixing directions, visit: http://bit.ly/2H8ER1n