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HVAC Contractors San Diego provides high-quality home heating and San Diego air conditioning repairs and installations to San Diego and its surrounding communities.

Invasion of the Dust Mites - A Horror Story

We know it's not what you want to hear, but dust mites are a serious allergen that can make your allergies worse. These mites are everywhere in your home.

HVAC Contractors San Diego isn't afraid to say anything, but we do know that your bed may be home to up to 10,000,000 dust mites. They feed off the dead skin cells you shed every day. Although we don't want to be bad news bearers, each of those 10 million dust mites produces twenty droppings every day. If you have dust mite activity for just one week, that means you are breathing in - and sleeping on - 1,400,000,000 microscopic dust mite patties. That's a lot of dust mite droppings.

What can you do to get rid of such little animals? The answer is not easy. Dust mites can be a frustrating fact of life and are not likely to go away. You can reduce dust mites in your house to alleviate symptoms such as allergies and other respiratory conditions. If you follow these...

Simple Guide for Killing Large Numbers Of Dust Mites

Dust mites can be difficult to eradicate. Dust mites, dust. Dust, dust mites. The connection is obvious? Dust is mostly made of the 50,000,000 skin cells you shed each day. This is better than giving your dust mite-roommates a Vegas buffet. This is how to get rid of dust and mites in your home.

  • Dust at least once a week. To actually pick up dust, use an electrostatic, microfiber, and a damp dusting cloth. But don't use dusting solutions. These products may make your wood look shiny but they contain harmful chemicals that can cause lung damage.
  • After you dust, vacuum. Buy a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter. This will filter out any air passing through it before it is sent out through the exhaust.
  • Turn on the thermostat fan for half an hour while you vacuum and dust. The thermostat fan will then turn to the ON position. This will enable your A/C fan and system to absorb any pollutants.
  • You should always use the highest quality, pleated filter possible for your cooling system. Typically, that would be a MERV12 filter. This will trap more than 90% of the dust mites that are floating in the air.
  • Get rid of all the clutter. Clutter is a breeding ground for dust mites. Reduce clutter and put away piles of clothes. Keep your home clean.
  • To kill dust mites on your bedding, wash it every other week with hot water. Once your bedding is in the washer, you can vacuum it thoroughly and then move your pillow outside.
  • Buy mite-proof pillows cases and a mattress cover that is mite-proof to stop the riffraff from getting into your pillow and mattresses.
  • The humidity in your home should be kept at a minimum of 30 to 50%. That's hard to do in San Diego where outdoor humidity can be a problem. But strategically placed portable or whole-house dehumidifiers (which are integrated into your HVAC system and feature a humidistat) can help. Although dust mites can thrive in high humidity conditions, they are not as likely to reproduce or live as long in low humidity.

Your indoor time is 90 percent. Most of this time you spend at home. Your health and wellbeing are directly affected by the quality of the indoor air you breathe. HVAC Contractors San Diego wants to help San Diego residents and those living in the California area maintain healthy indoor air. We don't just want to keep cool but also healthy.

We are available to help you get rid of the mites and allergens, and let you breathe clean air.


HVAC Contractors San Diego

San Diego, Ca

(619) 413 6530