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6 Things That Cause Allergies

Posted in Mold, on May 10, 2021

As any allergy sufferer knows, even the mildest day can severely impact your quality of life. Mold inspection in Toronto can help to identify this common cause of year-round allergies. Symptoms like a runny nose and itchy, watery eyes are common to a wide range of irritants, making it challenging to know what’s causing them

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How You Can Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Posted in Air Quality, on May 03, 2021

Home air quality testing is a fantastic tool for any homeowner interested in making positive changes to the indoor air environment. It's a safe and non-invasive way to measure pollutants, toxins, allergens, dust, or mold spores or look for more specific issues, such as radon testing. Regardless of your concerns, improving your indoor air quality testing has positive effects on more than just your lungs — it can improve your sleep, concentration and reduce the impact of chronic conditions like asthma. 

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10 Things to Know About Carbon Monoxide

Posted in Air Quality, on April 19, 2021

Carbon monoxide is one of the most common and dangerous pollutants found during air quality testing. Still, after years of education about its dangers, some of us have forgotten just how easily it can build up in our homes. At SafeAir, we do carbon monoxide, mold, or radon testing in residential and commercial buildings. These easy tests are simple to perform and won’t disrupt your day — in fact, they may even save your life.  Here are ten things you should know about carbon monoxide at home. 

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Signs of Mold: What to Look For When Buying a Home in Toronto

Posted in Mold, on April 16, 2021

Buying a home is the single largest purchase of our lives, and it can feel fraught with risk — nobody wants to discover mold growth, radon gas or asbestos after they move in. While you may have to wait to begin mold testing in Toronto, keeping the signs of mold growth in mind when visiting open houses and showings can help you spot warning signs and symptoms that may indicate costly problems. 

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5 Tips for A Healthier Home

Posted in Air Quality, on April 08, 2021

Home air quality testing is a service that is growing in popularity as spare bedrooms and basements transition into home offices and workspaces. Whether it’s radon testing, mold testing, or general improvements that you’re looking to make, SafeAir has several tips to help you make your home a healthier place for work and play. 

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Spring is Around the Corner, Have You Gotten an Home Air Quality Test Done?

Posted in Air Quality, on March 22, 2021

Is your home ready for spring? Research has revealed that 96% of homes have at least one common air quality issue, making indoor air quality testing your best tool for making this spring a healthy one. Whether you’re interested in radon testing or simply curious about your home, your living environment can be improved this spring by paying closer attention to the air that you breathe. 

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Why Toronto Is a Hot Spot for Mold and How a Mold Inspection Can Help

Posted in Mold, on March 15, 2021

Thousands of Toronto homeowners have to deal with mold growth every year, which has to lead to mould inspection in Toronto becoming a popular service among your neighbours. Nobody wants to admit they’ve got a mold infestation in their home, but the truth is that there are some things you can prevent and some that you can’t, and it’s often the location or construction of your home that makes mold more likely.

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What is Radon?

Posted in Air Quality, on February 22, 2021

Radon gas is a public health issue that’s been around for decades but is only now being identified through radon testing and inspection. If you’ve never thought about having radon testing done in your home, you’re not alone — while toxic levels of radon gas are found across Canada, testing campaigns have only become common in the last decade. If you’ve never heard of radon or had a home radon test, this article will introduce you to this gas and why you need to test for it. 

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The Air Pollutants That Could Be In Your Home

Posted in Air Quality, on February 08, 2021

In your community, homeowners are booking air quality testing in Toronto and discovering that hidden pollutants, allergens, and chemicals linger in even the cleanest and newest of buildings. Paying close attention to indoor air quality testing results has a big effect on everything from restorative sleep to healthier skin — and good indoor air quality isn’t hard to achieve. 

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