Indoor Air Quality Solutions For Northern Indiana And Southwest Michigan Homeowners

Now that the cold weather is rolling forward in Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan, you’ve probably closed your home to keep the cold drafts out and the heated air inside. While a tight home saves on your heating bills and keeps you more comfortable, it can also build the levels of indoor air pollution in your home.

Worried About Summer Allergy Season? Here’s How To Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Some studies suggest that there are up to 72 trillion allergen particles floating in the indoor air of the average home. Many people are focused on outdoor pollen and allergen levels, but overlook the air in their homes during the spring, summer and autumn allergy seasons. Needless to say, if you’re an allergy sufferer, you’ll be suffering if you don’t …