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A Dozen Tips for Improving Indoor Air Quality in the Summer

It’s hot out there. And that extreme heat not only is uncomfortable, but it also threatens the air quality in your home. Here’s how: Heat creates stagnant air, increasing pollutants that can enter your home. Heat also generates airborne particles and gas pollutants such as carbon dioxide. Warmer temperatures cause flowers and plants to bloom […]

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Sources of Poor Indoor Air Quality, and How to Improve It

Did you know that the average American spends about 90% of their time indoors where the concentration of indoor air pollution is two to five times higher than outdoor concentrations? Poor indoor air quality can lead to several health issues, especially for family members who suffer from asthma, allergies, and other respiratory illnesses. In our […]

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The Benefits of Ductwork Repair

Your ductwork plays a critical role in your home. You rely on your home’s ducts to distribute air to properly heat and cool it, and to make sure the air is clean and pure. If there is a problem with the ductwork and you need a ductwork repair, not only will it impact the ability […]

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How to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Your Home

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a naturally occurring gas referred to as the “silent killer” because it’s odorless, tasteless, and colorless and can cause serious health issues and even death. CO is responsible for killing 400 Americans each year and sending more than 20,000 people to the emergency room. It’s important to ensure that your home […]

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Air Duct Cleaning Tips for Homeowners

They are generally hidden away behind walls or ceilings, or in your furnace room or attic. You don’t think about your home’s air ducts, but they are essential in making sure your home stays warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Air duct cleaning has never been proven to prevent health problems.  However, […]

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Whole House Humidifiers

It’s winter and it’s freezing outside.  But the furnace is operating at peak efficiency and you are quite comfortable inside.  Except the air is really dry.  Your skin is cracking.  Your throat is scratchy.  And you might even get the occasional static electricity shock.  Not to mention potential damage to floors and furniture caused by […]

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HVAC New Year’s Resolutions

The Christmas tree is up. The ball is about to drop from Times Square. And you’re making your new year’s resolutions. Does your list include reminders to be nice to your HVAC system? If not, here are 12 suggestions (hint: not “one a month”; take care of them as quickly as you can). Change your […]

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Improving Indoor Air Quality During Winter

As winter rears its frigid head, you’ll be spending more time in your home. So you’ll want the air you breathe to be clean so as not to put your health at risk. Here are some tips. The most important thing you can do is have your furnace maintained, and then replace filters frequently – […]

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5 Reasons Why Your Indoor Air Quality is More Important Than You Think

You love working in your yard, sprucing up your home’s curb appeal.  But the pollens and freshly cut grass make your allergy symptoms unbearable. Oddly, retreating to the house you find little relief. Perhaps your indoor air quality (IAQ) needs improvement as well; like the effects of the seasonal outdoor air, your indoor air can […]

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