Indoor Air Quality is our focus.
When it comes to asthmatic triggers, there’s a common misconception that the home is safer than the great outdoors, where ozone and pollen as well as exhaust fumes pose a constant threat. Poor Indoor Air Quality can be a trigger of our allergies. Mould spores and dust mite droppings are the worst culprits. Both mould and dust mites thrive in an environment of poor Indoor Air Quality where excess moisture is present.
Traditionally, dehumidifiers have not been that effective in controlling moisture in confined spaces in a home. It has meant that the indoor air quality could only be satisfactory in some areas of the home. IAQ Technologies offers a complete Indoor Air Quality testing service.
The key to preventing mould-causing asthma is to make sure that indoor moisture levels are kept under control throughout your house. It may be necessary to engage a builder or mould remedial specialist in serious cases of excess moisture/mould. Most of the time using common sense will be enough. Make sure that your rooms are ventilated regularly, and place PINGI moisture absorbing bags in confined areas of the home. PINGI products can be placed virtually anywhere in your home, but will be most effective in difficult to reach areas of your property.
The PINGI moisture absorbing bags require no refilling and PINGI can be recharged in a microwave oven in just a couple of minutes. These products are very effective in keeping confined areas in a home dry and will help improve indoor air quality.
PINGI bags are also great for using in cars, caravans or boats.
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Very good information was obtained from http://blackmold.awardspace.com/.
The Department of Health in WA has some great information on mould and condensation.
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