Seasonal Allergy Guide
Say 'Bye Bye Itchy Eyes!' Fall Allergies are a Reality! According to the Department of Consumer Affairs, 1 out of every 6 people who suffer from allergies do so as a direct result of fungi or bacteria and other allergens in their air duct system. Ragweed season is from late summer to mid fall. With the milder weather upon us, homeowners long to crack the windows to get some fresh...Continue Reading
Your Home Won't Sell... Tips to Go from For Sale to Sold!
Real estate tends to spike between June and August, and it’s a good season to sell if you’re in transition. A bad home inspection can be devastating to your home’s value, so it’s imperative to take the necessary steps to prepare. If you're having trouble with the sale of your home or want to make your home more appealing to buyers as "selling season" closes, updating your...Continue Reading
Does Your Indoor Air Quality Have an Impact on Your Health?
When spring hits metro Atlanta, we become quickly aware of our indoor air quality (IAQ). A sheen of yellow can be seen dusting your home, car, and outdoor furniture, and somehow manages to creep inside your home. This visible pollutant is just one of many that can affect your health and well-being. In this day and age, we are educated and aware of our health. Focus is placed on exercise...Continue Reading
Do you ever feel like you dust a lot, and when you finish dusting you can already see more dust? Well, there may be a cause for this excessive dust. Don't get me wrong, every home has dust, and there isn't really anything you can do to prevent the production of it, but you can manage your dust and learn ways to more effectively remove it before it settles all over your...Continue Reading
Good Ventilation Improves Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air pollution is nothing to sneeze at – no pun intended. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency conducted a test which found that 96 percent of North American homes had an indoor air pollution problem, which led to them declaring it one of the top five risks to public health. While indoor air pollution can aggravate allergies and cause sneezing, coughing, and itchy eyes, it...Continue Reading