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Household Mold: How it Affects You and How to Get Rid of it

When cleaning a home, it's normal to see dust, pet hair, grease and other common buildups that simply occur through normal day to day life. Many homes, however, have a type of buildup that is much less normal and potentially much more harmful. This unwanted invader in many houses and apartments is mold. Household mold, though certainly common enough, can cause severe health complications and damage to your home, especially if it is allowed to grow unchecked over a long period of time. In this article, we'll take a look at the adverse effects of household mold and what can be done about it.  

  Health Effects of Household Mold

  Molds can have a wide range of different health effects, ranging from the mild to the extremely severe. Some molds simply dirty the air with spores and other secondary contaminants that, though they can certainly still cause respiratory damage over the long term, are relatively harmless in small quantities and with short exposure periods. In truth, mold spores are common enough that being outdoors for a prolonged period of time, especially in a wooded area, will probably result in some minor exposure. However, this is not the true danger of household mold. Most molds, to one degree or another, release a set of chemical compounds known collectively as mycotoxins. Mycotoxins, as the name implies, are quite literally poisonous substances that are produced by various kinds of molds.   The type and amount of mycotoxins produced by different kinds of mold are the reason that certain molds are more heavily associated with health risks than other. A prominent example of this is stachybotrys, commonly known as black mold. Chances are that at some point, someone has told you to avoid mold that is black in color because it is particularly dangerous. While this is more or less true, it's an oversimplified truth. The real danger from stachybotrys comes not from the mold itself, but from the mycotoxins that it produces and releases into the air.   The health effects of household mold can take many forms, but usually result in damage to varying degrees of the respiratory system. In extreme cases, mycotoxicosis (effectively mold poisoning) can severely damage the absorption capacity of the lungs and leave victims more susceptible to other types of infections. Respiratory symptoms associated with mold exposure can be made worse by existing conditions such as asthma, bronchitis or previous lung damage from smoking or chemical exposure. For all of these reasons, along with the high potential that mold has to do costly damage to a home, it is important to remove household mold as soon as you become aware of its presence.  

  Getting Rid of Household Mold

  The first step in getting rid of mold is finding it. Molds tend to like damp, dark places to grow, usually leading them to thrive in basements, unused attics and, in some cases, air ducts. A visual examination of these areas can quickly establish whether or not you have a mold problem in your home. Simply look for patchy growths of black, white or various colors of material clinging to walls or surfaces in dark and damp places. Unusual musty odors around your home can also be a good indication that there is an unseen growth of mold nearby.   Once you have found the mold, it is time to remove it. If you choose, you can do this yourself, but there are also professional mold experts that will test and remove mold growths, albeit sometimes for hefty fees. If you catch the mold in the early stages of growth, it will probably be okay to remove it yourself, but if mold has spread throughout your house, it's time to call in a professional. To remove small patches of mold, simply wipe them down with a mixture of warm, soapy water, making sure to clean the surface thoroughly. If molds prove especially resistant, you can try diluting a small amount of bleach into water and applying it to kill off the mold with chlorine.   Whether you choose to deal with the mold yourself or have a professional remove any and all mold growths from your home, there is extensive follow-up care that can be done to make sure your home does not become infested with household mold again. One of the best ways to do this is to find and fix and leaks from the outside that may be contributing to excess moisture in your house, allowing mold to grow more readily. If moisture is a persistent problem, you can also make use of a dehumidifier to draw humidity out of the air and make it more difficult for mold to get a foothold.   You can also use air purification technology to limit your chances of mold exposure. Simple HEPA air purifiers will remove almost all mold spores from the air in your home, making it very difficult for mold to grow. New air technology has also allowed for dispensing of specialized probiotic formulas directly into home air directly through HVAC systems. These probiotic blends can held to neutralize mold spores by using up the same nutritional resources that are consumed by molds, thus stopping molds from getting a foothold, especially in air ducts.  


  If yours is one of the many homes around the world that is hosting an infestation of household mold, now is the time to do something about it and ensure that a small infestation now does not become a major health hazard in the future. Whether you choose to do it yourself or hire a professional mold remover, keeping your home free of household mold is an essential part of creating a healthy home environment.   Have questions about using air purification technology to keep the air you breathe clean? Don't hesitate to contact us with your questions!

Asthma and Stress: Understanding the Link

Millions of people live with varying degrees of asthmatic symptoms, ranging from occasional unexplained coughs to full-blown asthma attacks. Modern research into this common disease has uncovered many different causes and irritants of asthma, but among the most interesting discoveries is the link between asthma and stress. In this article, we'll take a look at how asthma and stress are connected and discuss what you can do to limit your stress-related asthma symptoms.  

  How Are Asthma and Stress Connected?

  It has long been known that extremely stressful situations are one of the leading causes of asthma symptoms and attacks. When your body is stressed, the physiological reaction that takes place, sometimes called the flight-or-fight response, can increase the demand on your respiratory system in order to supply muscles with additional oxygen, among other physical changes that occur in moments of extreme stress. The physical reaction to stress, depending on the severity of the reaction and the severity of your asthma, can trigger a full asthma attack. This connection has been well understood for many years, and has been the basis for the advice commonly given to asthma patients to limit stress.   More recent research, however, has drawn another interesting conclusion about the possible connection between asthma and stress. According to studies conducted recently, children who endure frequent stress are more likely than their lower-stressed peers to develop asthma. This means that stress is linked to asthma not only as a trigger for attacks, but also potentially as a root cause.  

  Lowering Stress to Manage Asthma

  Because of this inherent connection between stress and asthma, limiting stressful situations is one of the easiest ways to manage symptoms of asthma. Since stress is a normal part of day to day life, the most effective prevention method comes in the form of preventing high-stress situations, which are much more likely to cause an asthma attack than normal everyday stress. This means taking steps such as staying out of any potentially dangerous situations and staying on top of work projects so that you are not suddenly faced with an impending deadline you can't possibly meet.   The small stressors we all deal with every day are somewhat less dangerous, but can actually be harder to control. In order to limit daily stress factors, the best method is to establish routines that keep you on top of everything you need to do daily, thus limiting sudden stress. This kind of plan might include preparing a nightly meal earlier in the  morning before work so that you are not rushed when you get home or setting specific times each week to run your normal errands. Small changes like this can help to structure your week more optimally to prevent the stress that comes when daily life seems to overwhelm you.  


  Though some degree of stress will always be present, there are some simple steps you can take to limit the stress in your life. Doing this will help to lower your chances of worsening asthma symptoms associated with excess stress.   If you have asthma, breathing cleaner air can also help to limit your symptoms! Check out our line of high-quality residential air purifiers to keep the air in your home as pure and clean as possible. Have questions about using naturally clean air to limit your asthma symptoms? Feel free to contact us and ask!

Heat Waves and Ozone: How Are They Connected?

As we near the middle of June, the Midwestern United States is in for its first major heat wave of the year. Temperatures in the next week may be as high as the upper 90s. Though we all know that heat exhaustion and dehydration are very real dangers of such hot weather, there's another much less known danger in such extreme temperatures. A heat wave can bring with it increased levels of ozone, an airborne molecule that can aggravate asthma and cause respiratory damage. Here's a little bit about ozone and how you can protect yourself in the hot weather to come.  

  What is Ozone and Why Does it Rise With Heat Waves?

  In the air we breathe everyday, oxygen atoms are bonded together into molecules made up of two oxygen atoms. Under some conditions, however, three oxygen atoms can bond together, producing ozone. This actually happens all the time, and all air has some ozone in it. Much like carbon dioxide, though, harmful ozone is usually filtered out by plants. During periods of extreme heat, however, the ability of plants to remove ozone decreases, leading to higher levels of it in the air.   As mundane as this all sounds, it can be very serious. In fact, a study conducted in 2013 compiled medical data from the United Kingdom collected during the summer of 2006 and found that ozone was a major contributing factor in no less than 460 documented deaths. Multiple studies have shown that high ozone levels can lead to increased mortality rates, making it all the more important to protect yourself from this dangerous compound.  

How to Protect Yourself From Ozone

  Of course, since ozone is invisible and airborne, there is no perfect way to protect against it. There are, however, some basic steps you can take to limit your exposure. The first and most effective way to do this is to avoid being outside any more than absolutely necessary during the heat of the day. This is especially important if you run or exercise outside, as doing so during the hottest hours greatly increases the amount of ozone you could potentially be inhaling. You can also close your house during the warm hours and use a whole-house fan or internal HVAC system to circulate air without bringing in ozone-laden outside air. Doing this will keep your house comfortable without the need to let in air that is very likely much higher in ozone levels.  


  Though ozone is always present, it's important to take any steps you can to protect yourself from the elevated levels that can occur during a heat wave. If you want to take further steps to improve the overall air quality in your home, why not try out a high quality air purifiers to remove contaminants and make the air you breathe as clean and healthy as possible? If you have questions, we're here to help. Feel free to contact us with any questions, and we'll answer them for you as quickly as possible.  

Norton Shopping Guarantee: The Latest Addition to

At US Air Purifiers, we're always looking for ways to improve both our security and our customer experience. To make sure that our users always have the best and safest possible experience, we've officially added Norton Shopping Guarantee to our website. From now on, all customers of will automatically be able to shop under Norton's superior protection and purchase guarantees.  

  How Does Norton Shopping Guarantee Help Customers?

  When shopping on a website that makes use of Norton Shopping Guarantee, customers get three primary benefits. The first is increased identity protection, making it more difficult for hackers or other third parties to gain access to personal data. The second benefit is a purchase guarantee for all refunds, ensuring that customers experience an easy and smooth transaction process when returning a product for any reason. Lastly, customers shopping on sites using Norton Shopping Guarantee are covered by a lowest price guarantee of up to $100, allowing customers to shop in confidence knowing that they will always get the best pricing on their purchases.   In addition to all of these great benefits, all sites eligible to use the Norton Shopping Guarantee system must first pass an extensive quality check by Norton. Sites that are cleared to use the system can be trusted as quality merchants providing both excellent security and customer service, and we at US Air Purifiers are proud to say that we are now among the providers who can boast that we have passed that very quality inspection!  


  With our latest site improvement, now is a great time to make your first purchase from If you've shopped with us before, then this is just one more new element of the great customer service you've already come to expect from us. Have questions about air purifiers or suggestions to help us make our site and our customer service even better? Why not contact us? We always love to hear what our customers and future customers have to say.

Managing Allergies and Spring Lawn Care

With summer nearly here, it's the time of the year when most of us will have to spend the most time mowing and taking care of our lawns. Between keeping grass under control, eliminating weeds and limiting the amount of dust created by dry patches, proper lawn care can be a surprisingly large component of maintaining a healthy and allergen-free environment. Here are a few simple tips that anyone can implement to improve their lawn care regimen to reduce allergy and asthma symptoms.  

  1. Hire Out Your Lawn Care

  Though it may not be economically practical for everyone, hiring out your lawn care can be massively helpful for those suffering from the most severe allergies and asthma. Mowing your lawn, in particular, can aggravate respiratory conditions, as it is both physically exerting and fills the air around you with potential irritants. Finding someone willing to mow and trim your lawn for a reasonable price can save you from having to expose yourself to these conditions.  

  2. Treat Your Lawn for Weeds

  Though grasses can irritate your allergies and certainly do contribute to asthma, most airborne pollen is produced by various weeds. This means that if your lawn is mostly free of weeds, you are less likely to be exposed to high levels of pollen at home. Several great lawn care products are currently on the market that can remove most weeds from your lawn with occasional application, so achieving a weed-free lawn does not require constant weed pulling.  

  3. Water Frequently With Evenly-Spaced Sprinklers

  Since healthy, growing plants are the producers of pollen, it may seem counter-intuitive to provide them with extra water. However, doing so has some definite benefits. Firstly, keeping your lawn adequately hydrated will keep the ground from drying up and becoming airborne as dust, which can be just as harmful as pollen in large quantities. Secondly, once you have eliminated pollen-producing weeds from your lawn, keeping your grass healthy will make it more difficult for them to get a foothold again. Lastly, watering your lawn can be a surprisingly effective hack for allowing you to enjoy your outdoor spaces in peak pollen season without suffering severe allergy symptoms. Because pollen is made up of tiny particles, water on the plants that produce it will temporarily prevent it from becoming airborne by weighing it down. If you want to spend some relaxing time outside but can't stand the idea of becoming congested because of your pollen allergies, consider sitting outside while your sprinklers are on.  

  4. Establish a Good Routine After Lawn Care

  If you can't or simply don't want to hire out your lawn care to someone else, it's important to go through a proper routine after finishing your yard work to make sure you won't carry pollen around with you for the rest of the day. This routine should include showering and changing clothes as soon as possible, as your clothes, skin and hair can all carry pollen. If you are very sensitive to pollen, it may also be a good idea to keep an old, worn-out pair of shoes around specifically for yard work so that you can wear something else for your day-to-day activities.   When coming inside from your days of yard work, it is also important to make sure that the air you are breathing in your home is pollen free, as ambient pollen in the air can keep your allergic reaction going longer than it otherwise would. To make sure that your air is completely clean and healthy, it's important to make use of a high-quality HEPA air purifier. You can check out US Air Purifiers' selection of residential units here to find the best purification system to meet your needs. Not sure what you're looking for? Don't worry, we're here to help. Feel free to contact us with your questions, and we'll help to guide you through the process of picking out the ideal air purifier based on your needs and environment.

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