Cooler air and frequent storms in Wichita have lulled us into a false sense of eternal spring. Before we know it, temperatures will be soaring and people will be running to turn on the AC. But a 90-degree day is a bad time to find out your air conditioner won’t turn on or blow cool…

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In Wichita, the weather is unpredictable and high winds often bring smoke, pollen, mold spores, and other pollutants. We can’t control the quality of the air outside, but we can make adjustments to improve the air inside. Poor indoor air quality can wreak havoc on lungs, sinus tissue, and more. How does bad indoor air…

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Humidifier Answers: Across the United States, people are dealing with frigid temperatures and dangerous wind chills that have us piling on layers like Alfie’s brother in A Christmas Story. We can’t wait to get back inside where furnaces are working overtime to keep the air warm and toasty. Unfortunately, warm also means dry and dry…

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Living in Wichita often means high winds that can make it difficult to breathe properly. Dust, mites and spores can cause allergic reactions outdoors, but indoors as well. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency has determined that half of all illnesses are caused or irritated by poor indoor air quality. That means maintaining indoor air quality…

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The quality of indoor air has become a problem in many homes and public places. The issue of indoor air quality is often not taken seriously until it is found to be the cause of minor and sometimes serious health concerns. Health issues that can occur due to poor indoor air quality include:

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Are you suffering from allergies this season in your Wichita-area home?  If so, then it’s important that you take the necessary steps to allergy-proof your household in order to maintain your health and comfort. Here are 10 tips to help you get started:

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Keeping your Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) at a high level is important for your health and comfort. This is especially true if you suffer from breathing conditions such as allergies or asthma.  Proper IAQ can also go a long way in preventing illnesses and protecting your valuable home possessions. Follow these tips for better IAQ…

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