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Where Water Damage and Mold Most Often Occurs In Business Offices

Posted in Air Quality, 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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5 Items That Can Affect Air Quality In Your Home

Posted in Air Quality, on July 16, 2015

Are you constantly experiencing headaches, dizziness, or fatigue? Perhaps, the items in your home are the sources of indoor air pollution. We spend most of our time indoors, where we face considerable health risks because of constant exposure to air pollutants in our homes as well as other indoor settings.

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A Short Guide To The Air Quality Index

Posted in Air Quality, on July 03, 2015

An Air Quality Index (AQI) is the numeral government agencies use to communicate or predict the extent of air pollution in a certain region. The index concentrates on medical effects you might potentially experience within days or hours after inhaling unhealthy air.

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Air Quality Testing and Odours

Posted in Air Quality, on June 15, 2015

It’s that time of year again...summer! The warmer temperatures and the sun shine is finally here! We’ve all endured a very cold winter and not so great spring. Time to crank up the air conditioning systems.

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The Cities With The Best And Worst Air Quality In The World

Posted in Air Quality, on May 14, 2015

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 nations die prematurely annually following long-term exposure to air pollutants.

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5 Ways To Improve Air Quality In Your Home

Posted in Air Quality, on May 11, 2015

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 is 2-5 times higher than outdoor air. Moreover, numerous possible pollutants exist around our homes.

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