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The Impact of Mold on Indoor Air Quality

Posted in Mold, on June 12, 2024

The impact of mold growth on indoor air quality cannot be understated — it’s a pervasive issue that affects, to some extent, almost every home we visit. But the good news is that solutions are within reach and, caught early, won’t break the budget either. In today’s article, the SafeAir team will share how mold impacts indoor air quality and why you should consider air quality testing this spring.

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The Importance of Regular Air Quality Testing in Toronto Homes

Posted in Air Quality, on May 21, 2024

Spring and summer are excellent times to get a baseline reading of your home’s indoor air quality and make changes to prevent mold growth or other issues. Many of SafeAir’s recommendations are inexpensive and quick to resolve, and many people see results in a short period. To learn more about mold inspection in Toronto or air quality testing, read on!

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Common Indoor Air Pollutants You Need to Know About

Posted in Air Quality, on May 13, 2024

Our homes are supposed to be a safe retreat from the busyness of work and school, but indoor air pollution can have a creeping effect, impacting the quality of your rest, concentration, skin, comfort, and more. In today’s article, the SafeAir team will share five of the most common indoor air pollutants inside homes. 

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What Houses Are Most at Risk for Radon

Posted in Radon Testing, on April 30, 2024

If you’ve heard about radon testing from family or friends, you may have several questions, such as “Is my home at risk?” If this sounds familiar, the SafeAir team can help explain what radon is and whether it’s likely to affect your home. Radon gas is an indoor air quality issue that affects thousands of homes across Toronto and the GTA. It’s a natural phenomenon that’s hard to predict, but it is identifiable through testing — and fixable too!

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How Do I Know if My Home Air Quality Is Bad

Posted in Air Quality, on April 23, 2024

While air quality may not answer all of your questions, air quality testing in Toronto is risk-free and only has positive outcomes, such as identifying areas at risk for mold growth or ventilation changes that improve sleep and rest. To learn more about how we test and what tests might be suitable for your home, contact the SafeAir team by phone or online to book an inspection. 

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Is a Landlord Responsible for Mold in Ontario

Posted in Mold, on April 10, 2024

A primary duty of a landlord is to keep their property in a good state of repair, which in Ontario means preventing and removing mold growth. At SafeAir, we’ve helped thousands of property managers and landlords root out toxic mold through mold inspections in Toronto. Mold spores can be detected during air quality testing even when the infestation is invisible or hidden behind walls or flooring. If you’re a landlord in Ontario, here’s what we think you need to know about mold. 

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