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Give mold spores the boot in your home

Given that the rainy season is approaching, it's a fitting time to educate ourselves on mold-reduction strategies to ensure we don't get stuck with unpleasant and potentially harmful contaminants inside our homes.

According to the Fond du Lac Reporter, the kitchen and the bathroom are usually the number one culprits when it comes to harvesting mold spores, so do what you can to reduce moisture in these areas. If there's no fan or ventilation system installed in your bathroom, cracking the window or leaving the door open while you shower can help prevent the build-up of steam.

Additionally, you should take the time to fix any leaks, clean moldy surfaces and get rid of excess houseplants. If humidity is an issue in your home, a dehumidifier can also be of great help, the news source reports.

To tackle all of these issues at once, however, a professional grade air purifying system is best for the job.

The AllerAir 5000 Exec is equipped with 18 pounds of activated carbon to make it a top-of-the-line defense against chemicals, gases and odors as well as a powerful HEPA filter that will remove 99.97 percent of all particulate matter.

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  • Wow, 18 pounds is a lot of activated carbon. The AllerAir must really address chemicals extremely well.