Heat and humidity are to be expected when you spend a summer day at Kissimmee Lakefront Park or Remington Golf Club. But if that hot, moist air follows you into your home, there’s a problem. Mold and dust mites -- two potent indoor allergens -- thrive when your home matches these two simple conditions. That’s bad news for your and your family’s health.

Improving Indoor Air Quality in Kissimmee

Fortunately, you can quickly gain control of this situation. Simple solutions include using a dehumidifier to dry out the air inside your home to the point where dust mites can no longer survive. Air purification systems — including innovative solutions like environmental probiotics — can give you peace of mind to know that your home is actively protected. But in order to develop a plan, you need to know exactly what you’re up against.

Test Your Home’s Air for Common Indoor Pollutants

Start by getting valuable information with comprehensive indoor air quality testing. These tests will help pinpoint the unhealthy areas of your home and allow House Doctor Pomales to give a proper “diagnosis” and “treatment plan.”