Resolve Indoor Air Quality Problems Once and For All

3 Indoor Air Quality Products to Beat Spring Allergies

Temperatures are on the rise in Wisconsin and that means spring allergies are right around the corner. Instead of suffering through another season with itchy eyes, a runny nose, and scratchy throat, the Seider Heating, Plumbing & Electrical pros want you to know about three air quality products that can ease your symptoms, so you can enjoy the warmer weather. Air Purifiers Air purifiers are popular among area homeowners because they effectively remove airborne pollutants, like dirt, dust, pet dander, bacteria, and viruses. Our top [...]

March 23rd, 2018|

It’s Not Your Imagination—Your Indoor Air Really Is Worse in Winter

If you’re noticing frequent colds, worsening respiratory problems, more allergy issues, or lingering odors inside your home, ’tis the season! In the winter, our tightly sealed, energy-efficient homes keep the cold out—while pollutants, airborne dirt and dust, and odors stay in. Indoor air quality becomes more of a concern in winter months because our homes have higher concentrations of pollutants and we spend more time inside. Here at Seider Heating, Plumbing & Electrical, our specialists understand all the ways poor indoor air quality can affect [...]

January 13th, 2017|

3 Indoor Air Quality Problems That Could Be Lingering in Your Home

The condition of your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ) is vital to your family’s health because most of us spend up to 90 percent of our time indoors. Certain IAQ issues can cause your family to feel ill and even experience serious health issues. Our team at Seider Heating, Plumbing & Electrical understands the top IAQ issues that can affect your health and can eliminate them with reliable IAQ products. Polluted air is a leading cause of poor IAQ because contaminants like dirt, dust, and [...]

October 13th, 2016|

The Hidden Dangers of VOCs in Your Home—And How HRVs and UV Lights Can Help

Understanding how your indoor air quality can be contaminated by pollutants like VOCs (volatile organic compounds)—and the dangers they cause, as well as how to prevent high levels—is confusing, but important. VOCs are chemicals that evaporate at room temperature and can be emitted from new building materials like carpets, paints, and upholstery fabrics. But they are also found in air fresheners, cosmetics, and cleaning products—common home and personal care products you use every day. While most people can smell high levels of some VOCs, other [...]

March 1st, 2016|