It’s no secret that everyone wants their skin to be healthy and attractive. But what if the environment in which you’re trying to make yourself presentable is too humid? Humidity can be bad for the skin, and studies have shown (and air conditioning companies agree) that not only is indoor air riddled with pollutants, it’s also more humid.
In 2016, Americans bought over 300 million ENERGY STAR® products. In fact, the U.S. sees 800,000 certified products sold every day, bringing the total number of ENERGY STAR-labeled products sold to over 5.8 billion since 1992. So what is ENERGY STAR in the first place? One of the leading electric panel companies in the state, All Seasons, Inc. explains more…. Continue Reading
Your HVAC system helps maintain a consistent, comfortable temperature in your home, but it can also circulate a significant amount of air pollutants. You’ll want to watch out for dust, pollen and mold spores: contaminants that negatively affect your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ). Given the large role IAQ plays in reducing the risk of health concerns, it pays to learn more about it. All Seasons Inc., one of the top electric panel companies in Washington, shares some basic facts about indoor air quality.
It’s more likely that you’ll inhale contaminants from the air on the inside of a home than outside. Indoor air can become clogged with mold, pet dander, pathogens, and a host of other contaminants. These particles do not always land on objects within the home. They are too small to be seen and float through the air. Thankfully, there is a solution to this seemingly difficult problem, and it’s available to every home and building…. Continue Reading