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Your Pets and Indoor Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, on August 18, 2017

Our furry four-legged friends bring us a lot of joy. Like a bad dating website advertisement, there are lots of long walks, snuggling during your favourite TV show, and laughter. But pets could also be having a negative impact on your indoor air quality, leading to allergies and other health symptoms and diseases, like asthma.

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Wildfires & Indoor Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, 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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Air Fresheners and Indoor Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, on July 08, 2017

There’s nothing nicer than the smell of a freshly cleaned home. If your home has a funky smell, or has developed one recently, you might be tempted to use air fresheners to improve your indoor air quality - but they might be doing a lot more to your indoor air quality than adding a pretty smell.

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Ever Consider the Chimney is Affecting Your Indoor Air Quality?

Posted in Air Quality, on June 21, 2017

Old homes can have many charming features - carved wood, old fixtures, fireplaces. But a beautiful old wood burning fireplace or stove can have a serious affect on your indoor air quality if it’s not kept clean and in good repair. If your home was built before the 1950s, it likely has an old masonry fireplace and chimney.

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Lead Paint in Your Home is Affecting Your Indoor Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, on June 15, 2017

A fresh coat of paint can be just the thing to liven up a room, and is often a quick, and easy, way of making a change in your home or business. If you live in a century home and are considering repainting, there are a few key things to keep in mind to make sure you maintain a high standard of indoor air quality both before, during, and after painting.

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Finding Asbestos During Your Home Renovations

Posted in Asbestos, on June 07, 2017

When moving into or renovating an old home, keeping your indoor air quality free of contaminants is an important, and often forgotten, step of the construction process. Your indoor air quality isn’t just affected by dust, paint, or sealants, but can be very seriously affected by the materials used in construction itself.

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