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The Negative Effects of Poor Indoor Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, on December 02, 2021

They say that you are what you eat — well, you are what you breathe too! SafeAir’s indoor air quality testing helps identify pollutants, allergens, and potential issues with your indoor living or work environments. The WHO estimates that somewhere around 3% of deaths worldwide are caused in part or whole by poor indoor air quality. Home air quality testing should be part of every Canadian’s home health and safety plans since it affects all aspects of our lives. Whether you’re concerned about your immunity, want to reduce your allergy symptoms, or simply want to improve your home, here are some ways that indoor air quality tests can help. 

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Why Monitoring Your Indoor Air Quality Matters Post COVID-19

Posted in Air Quality, on November 09, 2021

COVID-19 has opened our eyes to how important safe indoor environments are in preventing viruses and other respiratory ailments. At SafeAir, our focus on indoor air quality testing has helped thousands of GTA families make positive changes that improve their asthma, chronic lung conditions, sleep, and even concentration. Air quality testing can identify unknown issues and relieve hidden stressors that affect your everyday health. 

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Indoor Air Quality Testing Parameters, Explained

Posted in Air Quality, on October 08, 2021

In the aftermath of the covid-19 pandemic, the safety of our indoor air environments is a significant concern. Indoor air quality testing for Toronto workplaces and community buildings like schools is at the top of the agenda for many managers and administrators looking to improve their ventilation, reduce pollutants, and measure the health and safety of their buildings. At SafeAir, our air quality testing parameters can help you accurately gauge your risk and make positive changes to improve your environment. 

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When Should Indoor Air Quality Testing Be Scheduled

Posted in Air Quality, on September 06, 2021

Most of us don’t know good indoor air quality from bad, so it can be challenging to know when to schedule indoor air quality testing. In Ontario, the average person spends 90% of their time indoors, which means that the effect of indoor pollution has a more significant effect than that of outdoor pollutants. But when is the best time for air quality testing? The team at SafeAir can answer the where, when, why, and how! 

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Commercial Building Indoor Air Quality Testing In Toronto

Posted in Air Quality, on August 13, 2021

As we head back to the office and congregate work settings, the indoor air quality in our offices, shopping malls, and other public spaces will be at the top of our minds. Suppose you’re a manager, building supervisor, or just a curious employee. In that case, commercial air quality testing can help you tweak your working environment to prevent common workplace complaints and improve safety and efficiency. Mold testing in Toronto is SafeAir’s most commonly requested service for commercial and residential clients. 

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How Harsh Chemical Products Can Affect Indoor Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, on July 06, 2021

For some of us, it just isn’t clean unless it smells clean — in fact, bad smells are the top reason people book indoor air quality testing! But before you revel in the lemony scent and admire your clean kitchen, you should be aware that some of the most common brands of cleaning products can harm your health. You may be surprised to learn that air quality testing picks up many of the common Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) found in products for the kitchen, bathroom, and floors.

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Properly Monitor your Indoor Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, on June 07, 2021

When we speak about indoor air quality testing, most people think we’re talking about scent or how environmental pollution affects our homes. But air quality testing is about so much more than a strange smell and can affect you and your family in many different ways. This article will help you learn what good air quality is and what common allergens and household pollutants might be found in your home. In the end, we’ll share some of SafeAir’s top tips to improve indoor air quality, learned over a decade of working with homeowners across Toronto and the GTA.

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How You Can Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, on May 03, 2021

Home air quality testing is a fantastic tool for any homeowner interested in making positive changes to the indoor air environment. It's a safe and non-invasive way to measure pollutants, toxins, allergens, dust, or mold spores or look for more specific issues, such as radon testing. Regardless of your concerns, improving your indoor air quality testing has positive effects on more than just your lungs — it can improve your sleep, concentration and reduce the impact of chronic conditions like asthma. 

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10 Things to Know About Carbon Monoxide

Posted in Air Quality, on April 19, 2021

Carbon monoxide is one of the most common and dangerous pollutants found during air quality testing. Still, after years of education about its dangers, some of us have forgotten just how easily it can build up in our homes. At SafeAir, we do carbon monoxide, mold, or radon testing in residential and commercial buildings. These easy tests are simple to perform and won’t disrupt your day — in fact, they may even save your life.  Here are ten things you should know about carbon monoxide at home. 

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5 Tips for A Healthier Home

Posted in Air Quality, on April 08, 2021

Home air quality testing is a service that is growing in popularity as spare bedrooms and basements transition into home offices and workspaces. Whether it’s radon testing, mold testing, or general improvements that you’re looking to make, SafeAir has several tips to help you make your home a healthier place for work and play. 

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