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Indoor Allergies

Indoor Air Quality Tips

Depending on what heat, humidity or air conditioning systems you use, you may be helping or hindering your allergen control efforts.

Move Over Mold

This indoor allergen hides in plenty of unexpected places. Here’s the low down on what to do about it.

About Mold & Mildew Alergies

If you’re allergic to molds, stay far away from them. Inhaling mold spores can cause symptoms such as sneezing or a runny nose in people who are allergic to them.

Why Dust Mites are Bad for Allergies

Dust mites are attracted to fabric and many other surfaces throughout your home. Even though you can’t see them, chances are, they’re all over.

About Pet Allergies

Even though pet allergies are very common, there are still common misconceptions about what triggers them. Most people think it’s fur, but the major culprit is actually pet dander which comes from the pet’s skin.