Is your indoor air good enough during this hot weather? Record temperatures are being experienced this summer, encouraging many of us to take refuge indoors in the comfort of air conditioning, so it’s important to be aware that summer indoor air quality issues may impact your well-being. In this article, Allergy Standards CEO Dr. John McKeon gives top tips on how to take care of your indoor environment.
Because [ceiling fans] are, well, on the ceiling, they’re quite inaccessible. It’s out of sight, out of mind—people often forget to clean the top of them,” says Dr. McKeon. “So over time, dust mite allergens and other household allergens can build up on top of the ceiling fan blades. And then when you turn it on, that dust then get distributed.
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