Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘HEPA filter’

Dust Mites Could Be One of the Allergy-Causing Culprits in Your Home

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

Dust Mites Could Be One of the Allergy-Causing Culprits in Your HomeOne morning you wake up and your nose is runny, you’re sneezing and itchy, and you’re having breathing difficulties. At first you might think you’ve just picked up a virus or common allergy, but you could be suffering from a dust-mite allergy. Every home has dust mites, and they can cause a variety of health problems for people who are sensitive to them. Here are some facts about dust mites and how to reduce their presence in your home. 

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Do You Have Pet Allergies? Tips for Dealing With Them

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

02.25.2014If you have found yourself suffering from pet allergies, you’ll be happy to hear about some things you can do to make the situation bearable and keep your furry family members. When it comes to dealing with pet allergies, here are some things you can do to control the situation in your home:

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When Dust Invades Your Home

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Ordinary house dust is anything but ordinary, consisting of infinite combinations of particulate from within your Fresno area home and around the globe. While the production and accumulation of dust is inevitable, there are several steps you can take to reign it in and gain control.

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Don’t Let Fall Allergies Get You Down

Thursday, November 28th, 2013

Air quality in the Fresno area can be negatively impacted by oak, birch and weed pollen, and by airborne allergens originating in the Central Valley’s agricultural areas. With our almost year-round warm weather and bright sunshine, though, indoor dust and dander levels can still be extreme when irritant levels outside are minimal. Happily, you don’t have to let fall allergies in Fresno get you down.

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Air Filter Ratings: What Do They Mean?

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

Air Filter Ratings: What Do They Mean?Changing your air filter every one to three months is a simple and effective way to extend the life of your HVAC system and encourage a clean indoor environment. Learn how to choose the right kind of filter to keep your system working properly and your indoor air healthy.

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