The wheezing has started again.
After a few months of few physical signs, the mold symptoms are returning. The itchy and watery eyes. The scratchy throat. The constant cough. And now the wheezing. More than frustrating, you fear the long term health effects of working in an office that has both mold and mildew issues. The fact that you are not the only employee who suffers the mildew and mold symptoms is little comfort when the owners fail to take a serious approach to the problem.
Unfortunately, and in spite of its dangers, mold problems in many homes and workplaces are at dangerous levels. Even more unfortunate is the fact that the effort to prevent mold in a home or office can become more time consuming and expensive if the ini
You would probably never believe it if you heard that the indoor air quality is worse than outside air quality. With all the pollution and car emissions and toxins out in the world in this day and age, how could outside air possibly be even better than inside? Of course, we all understand how it begins to feel stuffy and all enclosed when the house is been shut up all day but we don’t realize actually because of the allergens and pollutants that are in the home. Even though the pollutants outside are worse for you, there is open space for them to dissipate into. Inside, there’s nowhere for them to go except to settle into your carpets and furniture and other areas. Here are some practical ways to improve indoor air quality in your home.
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