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Indoor Air Problems: How To Control Dust Problems.

Posted by Michael Kamps on Fri, Sep 13, 2013 @ 03:03 PM

We've Talked About The Problems Caused By Dust, Now Let's Move Towards Some Step By Step Solutions To Control Them.

House dust is known to contain many hazardous materials, and it is an asthma trigger. So obviously reducing it will improve your indoor air quality.

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Tags: Indoor Air Problems, Dust Problems, IAQ, Health Threats

Dust Related Indoor Air Quality Issues: Is There A Hidden Risk?

Posted by Michael Kamps on Tue, Aug 20, 2013 @ 04:15 PM

Attention Greenville Homeowners: House Dust Is A Rich Source Of Bacteria.

Whether you know this or not, there are unknown things living in the dark and dusty corners of your home and office, scientists are now one step closer to cataloguing exactly what might be lurking in your indoor environment. Buildings have their own pattern of bacteria in indoor dust, which includes species normally found in the human gut, according to new research

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Tags: Indoor Air Problems, Dust Problems, IAQ, Health Threats

Indoor Air Quality Problems: Dust Troubles Part 1.

Posted by Michael Kamps on Mon, Aug 12, 2013 @ 04:49 PM

This Is For Grand Rapids Homeowners Who Experience Dust Troubles? "Within two days, I have dust sitting on all my surfaces..!!"

"My curtains become filthy within a week after taking them down and washing them. Yet there is only one small vent near them and I don't see much dust there. I had my vents inspected before we put in the new equipment and was told I did not have any problem. We have checked as far as we can see and see no build up or debris in the vents. What could be causing this problem and how can we fix it?"

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Tags: Indoor Air Problems, Dust Problems, Air Leaks, IAQ