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Is your Vacuum Cleaner leading to poor Indoor Air Quality?

Posted in Weather, on August 15, 2019

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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Air Quality Questions

Posted in Weather, on March 20, 2019

The first few are fairly basic and common sense. Before jumping to the conclusion that you may have an air quality issue you should ensure to check the home for a few culprits.

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Impacts of Climate Change in Canada

Posted in Weather, on March 09, 2018

Homeowners across Canada are already feeling the impacts of climate change in Canada, from extreme weather events like flooding and forest fires that threaten homes and lives, to more insidious costs like increased heating and cooling bills caused by temperature fluctuations. 

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Wildfires & Indoor Air Quality

Posted in Weather, on August 08, 2017

With wildfires raging for the past few weeks over parts of British Columbia, the importance of good indoor air quality is one of the issues many families are facing. In Whistler, the popular resort town north of Vancouver

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Allergens Have Sprung in Spring

Posted in Weather, on April 25, 2017

Your indoor air quality is effected by factors both inside and outside of your home or business. Inside your home, indoor air quality culprits, like chemicals, volatile organic compounds, or moulds can be fixed or controlled, but outdoor causes of poor indoor air quality - such as allergens - are something we’re often at the mercy of.

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Humidity Inside Home

Posted in Weather, on October 29, 2015

Proper temperature and relative humidity levels inside your home are an important part of maintaining good indoor air quality and comfort levels. The term ‘relative humidity’ may sound familiar, but many homeowners don’t truly know what it means and what kind of effects it can have on your indoor environment.

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Where Water Damage and Mold Most Often Occurs In Business Offices

Posted in Weather, on July 29, 2015

Is your office showing signs of water damage? You must identify the possible source to avoid possible mold infestation. While all buildings vary, each experiences the likelihood of water damage and the potential for mold growth. From minor roof leaks to major occurrences such as hurricanes, any unwanted water invasion could affect a property's value. Water is a major long-term destructive substance in indoor settings.

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Did You Have Frozen Pipes in February 2015?

Posted in Weather, on February 20, 2015

Last weeks cold snap caused thousands of homes in the GTA to have frozen water pipes. Some pipes remain frozen today. Frozen water supply lines in a house is caused by water pipes freezing in poorly or non insulated wall, floor or ceiling cavities.

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