Mold Dust Mites – Why Humidity Control Important
November 10th, 2014 by Smart Fog
There are numerous reasons why humidity control is important, but we will only discuss two that go hand-in-hand in some circumstances.
The Problem with Mold and Dust Mites
To avoid significant respiratory problems, humidity control is vital in the prevention of mold in your home. Mold has very negative health effects on anyone of any age, but particularly young child and even more particularly, children with existing health problems. Dust mites contribute to a poor quality of air inside the home and are generally the reason why your allergies are triggered in addition to other similar health problems.
Fixing the Problem with Proper Humidity Control
Did you know that each year there are approximately 150,000 people that visit the ER because of mold and dust mite exposure? The quality of air can improve drastically while killing off dust mites and mold by maintaining humidity levels between 35 percent and 50 percent.