Winter is on the way and with heaters on full blast, homes locked up tight against the cold and lower humidity in the frigid air outside, the air in your home can become dry as a bone. Dry air can wreak havoc on your sinuses, skin and overall health, so the Roanoke heating experts at
Like the old saying goes, it’s not the heat, it’s the humidity. And we have plenty of that here in the Roanoke region, which is classified as being in a humid subtropical climate zone. If your home is too humid even with your air conditioner cranking along, the Roanoke air conditioning experts at Southern Trust
Being comfortable in your home means more than being warm in winter or cool in summer. True indoor comfort has to include good indoor air quality (IAQ), and the Roanoke air conditioning experts at Southern Trust Home Services have a full range of products and services to help you breathe easy in your home.
What’s in the air you’re breathing? That’s the question that Roanoke homeowners need to be asking themselves. Indoor air quality is important to your health. It’s not just about dust and pet dander setting off allergies, either. From mold to radon to volatile organic chemicals, there are many pollutants that can be found in the
Southern Trust can clear the air for your family A lot of outdoor allergens take a vacation from Roanoke during the winter. That doesn’t mean your family is in the clear, even if they stay tucked inside your comfortable home. If your indoor air quality isn’t up to par, they might be better off getting
If the thought of inhaling dust mite feces doesn’t make you think about the indoor air quality of your Roanoke home, Southern Trust Home Services honestly doesn’t know what will. How about pollen? Dust? Animal hair? They are all hanging out (literally) in the air of your home, and you and your family are inhaling these substances.
About 25 million Americans suffer from asthma, a chronic and sometimes fatal respiratory disease that can hurt productivity and quality of life. May is a beautiful month of renewal in the Roanoke area that heralds the height of spring with flower displays and the first full leaf-out of trees. But it can be a real