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Tips for Improving Your Home Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, on December 12, 2019 By Admin

Having healthy, clean air quality at home is one of the most important - and under appreciated - parts of healthy living in the modern world. As we learn more about the factors causing low indoor air quality and the effects it has on our mood, health, and indoor comfort, working towards healthy home air quality is one of the easiest projects that homeowners can take on. 

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Ensuring Healthy Home Air Quality in the Wintertime

Posted in Air Quality, on November 27, 2019 By Admin

Ensuring clean, fresh, indoor air quality is a year-round task has its seasonal challenges - and with the cold months approaching, it’s a good time to look at how you can ensure good indoor air quality this winter.  When it comes to keeping your indoor environment safe and fresh, the winter months pose both obvious and invisible challenges that awareness - and a few easy adjustments to your routine - can help alleviate. 

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Keeping Office Air Quality Healthy this Winter

Posted in Air Quality, on November 22, 2019 By Admin

Just like our homes, our workplaces have measurable indoor air quality that affects our daily life. And, just like our homes, this indoor air quality can change and shift throughout the year, which can lead to problems for people working and visiting the building.

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Top 10 Things Affecting Your Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, on October 11, 2019 By Admin

We’re all familiar with outdoor air quality problems like smog warnings, smoke from forest fires, and industry pollution - but lesser known, and perhaps more important to our everyday and long term health, is indoor air quality pollution.

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How to Prevent Mold in Carpets

Posted in Mold, on September 30, 2019 By Admin

Mold can grow in carpets if the carpet gets wet and remains wet for more than 3 to 4 days. Carpet may be dry to the touch on top, however, the underlayment may be wet. There are many ways a carpet can get wet. There could be a roof leak, window leak, plumbing leak, appliance or tub overflow, basement foundation leak as well as steam cleaning that could introduce moisture into a carpet. No matter how the carpet got wet, time is ticking and the type of mold can have serious health implications.

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Is your Vacuum Cleaner leading to poor Indoor Air Quality?

Posted in Weather, on August 15, 2019 By Admin

Most people think that the more you clean your home the cleaner the home will be. However, the opposite might be true. Many of our indoor air quality clients are surprised to learn that their vacuum cleaner is actually polluting the air they breathe and contributing to poor indoor air quality.

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Carpet Steam Cleaning and Mold Growth

Posted in Mold, on July 25, 2019 By Admin

Did you know that steam cleaning your carpet can lead to a mold growth issue in your home? Did you also know that there may be enough mold growth build-up in your carpet that your air quality may be negatively affected?

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