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Home Air Quality Testing Explained

Posted in Air Quality, on February 08, 2016

Are you constantly experiencing difficulty breathing or runny nose? Perhaps you should consider home air quality testing. In recent years, an increasing body of evidence has revealed that indoor air can be highly polluted than outdoor air. Other research reveals that people spend about 90% of their time indoors.

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How To Protect Your Home From Outside Air Pollutants

Posted in Air Quality, on January 25, 2016

Are you struggling to keep outdoor pollutants from your home? These great tips will protect your investment. Populations living around and in urban areas experience outdoor pollution, which can be a significant contributor to the indoor air quality, particularly in highly ventilated houses or those near sources of pollution. Sources of outdoor pollution differ and comprise both man-made and natural ones. Natural pollutants include oxides of nitrogen and sulfur from volcanoes and forest fires. If you're wondering how to protect your home from outside pollutants, here's how.

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How Cities Are Working To Improve Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, on January 07, 2016

Air pollutants can potentially affect environment and human health locally and across geographic and political boundaries. Consequently, governments across Canada pursue initiatives on air issues both collectively and individually. The Canadian government is further dedicated to protecting the health of Canadians from the effects of air pollution and is working on numerous fronts concurrently to fulfill that commitment. Here's a look at how various cities are working to enhance air quality.

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How Air Quality Affects Your Brain And Personality

Posted in Air Quality, on December 22, 2015

You're probably aware that air pollution could potentially result in various health problems, including respiratory issues. However, do you know that air pollution may be affecting your personality and brain? Pollution and global warming don't just wreak havoc on the planet, they also have detrimental effects on our health. Researchers have linked poor air quality to health issues, including asthma, respiratory ailments, and increased likelihood of stroke for a long time.

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What We See In Condo’s

Posted in Air Quality, on December 07, 2015

We do a lot of air quality tests and mold inspections in condominium apartments throughout the GTA. We inspect new condo’s and old condo’s. We do mold inspections in large condo’s and small condo’s, clean condo’s....and not so clean condo’s. We get calls to do air quality testing and mold inspections in condo’s that are owner occupied or rented to tenants. Basically all sorts of condo’s.

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5 Changes You Can Make To Improve Productivity At Your Office

Posted in Air Quality, on November 20, 2015

Are your employees showing signs of sluggishness or decreased productivity? Perhaps you should make these vital changes. On average, employees spend approximately five hours at their desks daily and companies pay for that time. However, the outcomes of an employee's work vs. time spent don't often match up. The need to enhance and ensure employee productivity is a reality businesses can't ignore, especially due to increasing competition from rival companies. As such, it's important to maintain and enhance productivity in these ways.

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How Mold Affects The Air We Breathe

Posted in Air Quality, on November 10, 2015

You're probably aware that mold affects the air you breathe, but do you know how this happens? Perhaps it's time you did. Mold is a term for numerous kinds of unwanted fungi that exist outdoors and indoors. Microorganisms such as fungi help in the breakdown of dead material, making them an important part of the earth's ongoing life cycle. However, their proliferation in buildings can affect indoor air quality (IAQ) adversely, creating hazardous medical conditions for the occupants. If you wish to understand how the fungi affect IAQ, check this out.

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5 Great Plant Options For Your Office

Posted in Air Quality, on October 30, 2015

Are you aware that having plants at the workplace can help improve air quality? Perhaps you should consider these options. Pollution can frequently be greater inside an office than outdoors because air conditioners draw air in from outdoors, but don't filter pollutants. The air then circulates around your office continuously and combines with indoor contaminants, for instance volatile organic compounds.

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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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The Top 3 Causes of Poor Air Quality At Offices

Posted in Air Quality, on October 26, 2015

How clean is the air at your workplace? Are you aware of the potential sources of air pollution? Indoor air quality (IAQ) at the workplace is the topic of considerable attention nowadays, and for good reason. The air quality indoors can affect the comfort, productivity and health of building occupants profoundly.

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