Posted in Air Quality, on May 14, 2015 By Admin
Are you curious about the cities with the best and worst air quality worldwide? There's a pressing need to decrease air pollution levels globally and while measures relating to air quality have had some positive outcomes at some locations worldwide, millions in both developed and developing Read More
Posted in Air Quality, on May 11, 2015 By Admin
How comfortable and clean is the air in your home? Is it too hot, too dry, or too dusty?
Although we spend up to 90% of our time indoors at work, home, and school, you could easily think that the air outside is cleaner. However, this is untrue. In fact, the concentration of indoor air pollution Read More
Posted in Air Quality, on May 05, 2015 By Admin
Are your employees constantly experiencing recurrent headaches, breathing difficulties or respiratory infections? You may need a thorough air quality evaluation to establish whether the origin of these signs is environmental.
The indoor setting in every building is the outcome of the interaction Read More
Posted in Air Quality, on May 04, 2015 By Admin
Could your frequent absenteeism be the result of poor air quality at the workplace?
Indoor air quality (IAQ) is crucial to a healthy office setting. IAQ in the work environment is the subject of considerable attention because poor quality of air affects workers, causing various symptoms includingRead More
Posted in Air Quality, on April 17, 2015 By Admin
Are you struggling to eliminate the irritating odors in your home? The only way to eliminate a smell involves the removal of the source. Though it sounds basic, you'd be surprised at how frequently individuals spray air freshener and hope the smell will vanish. An odor might originate from one Read More
Posted in Air Quality, on April 14, 2015 By Admin
Could the mold and recurrent health problems be a sign of poor home air quality?
The home is supposed to be a place where you can feel safe and relax. However, indoor air pollution is a real concern that could affect your health and comfort. Air quality affects your health and that of your Read More
Posted in Air Quality, on April 08, 2015 By Admin
Could your home be a source of family health problems?
Canadians typically spend up to 90% at home, work, and school. Clean air is crucial for good health, and this is particularly true when it concerns indoor air. While a considerable number of Canadians spend time indoors, most aren't awareRead More
Posted in Air Quality, on March 23, 2015 By Admin
Indoor air quality can be negatively affected by a variety of things. Building materials, contents, furniture, toys, decorating materials, smoking, candles, incense, the list goes on. To combat poor indoor air quality, some people choose to mask issues with air fresheners or other scented or Read More
Posted in Mold, on March 05, 2015 By Admin
Many of our clients are usually surprised to learn that most mold issues indoors grow in winter months. Mold growth that grows in summer is usually a results of a roof leak during a rain storm or a basement foundation leak or a plumbing issue. Mold growth that grows during winter is usually relatedRead More
Posted in Mold, on February 20, 2015 By Admin
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. As the plumbing lines freeze, water supply stops. Read More