Asthma & Allergens
Since indoor air quality conditions can play a significant role in triggering allergy or asthma attacks it is important to recognize potential triggers indoors and reduce your exposure to those triggers. With today’s technology, indoor environments can be tested for asthma triggers and other allergens quickly and affordably. Even if you do not presently have issues, these indoor contaminants can lead to you developing allergies or asthma.
Some of the most common indoor allergy & asthma triggers include secondhand smoke, dust mites, mold, cockroaches and other pests, household pets, and combustion byproducts.