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Dust is in every home in various amounts, dust, dirt and other strange debris can quite easily find a home in between and behind the back of your radiator- that really shouldn’t be there! The dust and dirt we find between the fins of the convectors and behind your radiators can prohibit heat from escaping, and this will mean your radiators have to work extra hard to heat your room. If you leave the dust on your radiators you heating will become less effective, which means that it will have to work harder, which costs more energy and more money!...

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Radiators circulate dust particles that contain allergens that are potent triggers for allergic reactions when in use. It is now recognised that radiators influence air movement in our airtight homes by heat convection which increases exposure levels of allergens. Poor indoor air quality is now becoming a concern for the government – APPG (All Party Parliamentary Group), and the NHS for the wellbeing of the nation and the increasing financial burden and impact of the health care sector.   Cost of Treatment for Asthma When calculating asthma costs and its impact on a larger scale it is important to consider both...

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Is it now becoming evident that central heating could be having an adverse effect on millions of vulnerable people’s health issues during the winter months? A quote from the Daily Mail explores this - “Cosy draught proof airtight homes maybe causing an epidemic or respiratory infections and heart disease according to research. Studies show that the risk is highest in homes built in the past 20 years due to stringent green building regulations which is aimed at cutting fuel use by fitting impermeable glazing and insulation which have created airtight homes! Older properties could be at risk too” Central heating...

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It could be that you've not even thought about what's lurking behind the back of the radiator, but just take a look behind as there's a good chance that what you see is years and years of accumulated dust – which is not good for your health! Whoever thinks of looking behind their radiator on a regular basis? Indeed! It's important to take the right measures and thoroughly clean behind the back of your radiators at least once a year and keep on top of any dust that builds up.   There’s dust in the air all the time, even now...

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Dust is made of fine particles of solid matter. It generally consists of particles in the atmosphere that come from various sources such as soil, dust lifted by the wind, volcanic eruptions, and pollution. Dust in homes, offices, and other human environments contains small amounts of plant pollen, human and animal hairs, textile fibres, paper fibres, minerals from outdoor soil, human skin cells, burnt meteorite particles, and many other materials which may be found in the local environment. What Are Dust Mites And Where Do Dust Mites Come From? Dust mites are microscopic arachnids that live in abundance in people’s...

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