Worsening asthma, allergies, and other respiratory problems.
Headaches and nausea.
Shortness of breath.
Sinus congestion, sneezing and coughing.
Eye, skin, nose and throat irritations.
Memory loss, dizziness, fatigue, and drepression.
Plumbing leaks and any source of moisture can cause toxic mold. Diseases associated with toxic mold are leukemia, kidney, esophagus, and liver cancer.
Asbestos and other hazardous materials like pesticides, kerosene, and other chemical based products can pollute the indoor air. Inhaling asbestos spores and chemical fumes can cause severe illness.
Poor ventilation creates 50% of all indoor air pollution. Stagnant air produces carbon dioxide and over exposure can be lethal
Rats and mice can be in a home for months without being discovered. The protein in their urine dries, mingles with ductwork, and becomes airborne. The harmful allergen can get into the ventilation system and be circulated throughout the home. Rat and Mice allergens trigger asthma.
Many older homes contain lead paint that was painted over after a law was passed in 1978. One in twenty-two American children suffer from lead poisoning
A variety of serious illnesses can be caused by bacteria that is found in polluted water drains, air ducts, water supply systems, contaminated food, fungus in mattresses and pillows, and any place where moisture occurs.
Plants and trees release pollen that often get into the home through open windows and doors. Pollen causes headaches, hay-fever, and triggers allergies and asthma.
There are many different kinds of fungi in a home. Some are found in mattresses and pillows and feed on dust mite waste. Others are found beneath carpets, in garbage pails, water drains, air ducts, and in places where mildew or high humidity creates moisture. Inhaling fungus spores can trigger allergies and will cause or worsen illnesses.
Like mice and rats, cockroaches can also live for long periods of time in a home without being discovered. Their waste and dusty skin is a harmful allergen that also triggers asthma.
Radon is an odorless gas that is found in 1 of 15 homes across the U.S. It enters a home from the ground through a crack in the foundation or floor and the deadly gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer in America. Radon causes 20,000 deaths each year.
Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that is caused by clogged fireplaces and faulty heating systems. The odorless gas causes nausea, dizziness, headaches, and over exposure can be lethal.
Found mostly in the Northern states, Ladybugs hibernate inside of structures. When disturbed, ladybugs emit a yellowish secretion that triggers allergic asthma.
Cat an dog dander is a leading allergen that triggers asthma. Dander is found in carpets, beds, and every place in the home that is visited by these two popular pets.
Dust mites waste triggers asthma. Dust mites are found in 90% of all homes. 47% of all bedding in North America contains enough dust mite allergen to trigger allergies.
Viruses in the home can be caused by fungus in mattresses and pillows, parasites, indoor pests, and a variety of microorganisms that are found in homes.
Dust is a harmful indoor allergen that contains particles of dust mites, chemicals, outdoor minerals, insect parts, dander, fungi and bacteria. Inhaling dust can trigger allergies and asthma
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