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Is Radon a Problem in Ontario Homes?

Posted in Radon Testing, on November 11, 2022

Many folks wonder if they should worry if there’s radon gas in their homes, and the short answer is yes, you do. No matter what age, location, or type of home you have, radon testing almost always alerts the SafeAir team to the presence of radon gas in Ontario homes. Thus, the more critical question is whether or not it’s at dangerous concentrations, which is the answer that air quality testing reveals.

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Why Is Indoor Air Quality Important?

Posted in Air Quality, on November 08, 2022

For most homeowners, the only time we notice our indoor air quality is when it changes, like when the temperature fluctuates or a smell appears. But, your indoor air environment can shift at any time of day, and not always for the better. SafeAir recommends that you check your air quality at home annually to reduce your exposure to harmful indoor pollutants, such as mold, asbestos, pollen, or dust.

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How Indoor Air Quality Affects Your Skin

Posted in Air Quality, on October 27, 2022

Wellness and skincare lovers, take note — indoor air quality may be the secret ingredient to a healthy glow! For over a decade, SafeAir has been helping people clean up their indoor air environment with mold testing in Toronto and other air quality assessments.

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What Activities Trigger Radon Leaks?

Posted in Radon Testing, on October 18, 2022

Did you know that your home’s radon levels are always in flux? While the cause of radon gas (which we’ll explore more in-depth below) doesn’t change from year to year or season to season, other factors that affect your indoor air quality do, and these can change the concentration of the gas in your home and the risks you and your family face.

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What Are Your Clothes Telling You About Mold in Your Home?

Posted in Mold, on October 13, 2022

We’ve all heard stories about mold growth in homes — you may have even had a mold inspection in Toronto. Many folks don’t make the connection between mold growth and air quality testing, but at SafeAir, the results are clear: mold spores are commonly found floating in the atmosphere of our home. But have you ever thought about how mold got into your home in the first place?

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Can Mold Make Your Dog Sick?

Posted in Mold, on September 26, 2022

When SafeAir talks about mold inspection in Toronto, we usually focus on the human members of our households — but our pets can also be affected by mold growth!  Mold testing in Toronto benefits the whole family, whether they have two legs or four.

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Should I Get a Radon Reduction System?

Posted in Radon Testing, on September 20, 2022

As public awareness grows, you may have heard about radon testing from friends, neighbours, or your colleagues. This passive, non-invasive service helps to measure the amount of radon gas in your indoor air quality and is an essential tool for preventing the harmful long-term effects of exposure.

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Why Get a Mold Inspection in Toronto When Buying a Home

Posted in Mold, on September 14, 2022

When it comes to buying a new home, there’s a lot unknown about your new property. While signs of past floods, roof damage, or discolouration may be visible, it’s generally during a home inspection that your home’s true past is revealed. Mold inspection in Toronto is an excellent addition to the standard home inspection process.

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How Does Smoking Affects Indoor Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, on September 07, 2022

As the days get cooler, many of us are tempted to smoke indoors to avoid a chill. But indoor air quality testing reveals that the impact of indoor smoking is more significant than many think, regardless of whether you’re using cigarettes, marijuana, or vaping. SafeAir’s air quality testing can reveal the effects of smoking and other indoor air quality issues by uncovering the hidden effects that impact your sleep, energy, respiratory health, and more. 

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How Do You Know if Your Cold is Actually Mold?

Posted in Mold, on August 12, 2022

Most people don’t detect mold visibly at first — it’s a combination of your nose, eyes, and respiratory system where the signs of mold growth first appear. Mold inspection in Toronto is the conclusive way to identify indoor mold growth and improve indoor air quality. Throughout our decade plus of service, the SafeAir team has heard from hundreds of customers about their headaches, itchy eyes, and constant sneezing.

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