Resicon LLC Blog: Archive for the ‘Indoor Air Quality’ Category

The Different Types of Air Quality Contaminants

Monday, May 20th, 2019

Despite your best efforts to cool and heat your home or business, that’s only half of the comfort equation. The other half is none other than indoor air quality. If your air quality isn’t at optimal levels, it can have detrimental effects on the inhabitants of your home or building.

Poor air quality can do nothing more than make your air feel a little stuffy and stale, but in other cases, it can be bad enough to cause long-term health issues. In this post, we’ll explain what poor air quality really is, how it’s caused, and what you can do about it.

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How Do We Deal With Airborne Allergens This Season?

Tuesday, May 7th, 2019

In 2015, it was found that 75% of allergy sufferers opt to take an over the counter or prescription medication for their allergies—and that was at an increase from 66% in 2009!

Taking more and more allergy medications certainly can’t be the solution to our allergy issues, right? Yet, here we are buying up them all up year after year.

A better solution would be to eliminate the source of the allergens. “Treat the cause, not the symptom!”

But what if the source of your allergens is your furry companion? After all, the pet dander produced by the family dog or cat is one of the biggest sources of allergens in the home (not to mention the dust they bring in from the outside).

Or, what if the source of the allergens is the location of your home? No reasonable being would uproot their family just because of some seasonal allergies.

That’s where air cleaners come in.

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3 Signs of Poor Indoor Air Quality

Monday, July 16th, 2018

floating-microbesPoor indoor air quality (IAQ) is one of the leading causes of poor health, in homes and commercial buildings alike. If you’ve ever walked into a home or building and started feeling strange, felt stifled, or become irritated in your eyes or throat, it could very well be due to poor indoor air quality in Tacoma, WA.

It’s not always easy to tell if what you’re feeling truly is a result of IAQ, but in this post, we’ll go over some signs that it really is the air and not just you.

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