Duct Systems: Why They’re Important to Maintain

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Indoor Air Quality

What are duct systems? Also referred to as ductwork, duct systems are used to control and distribute airflow to different areas of your home. Duct systems are usually made out of insulated metal pipes or flexible tubes and are essential to living in a comfortable and cost-effective home. How does a duct system work? Air

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Improve Indoor Air Quality with Crawlspace Encapsulation

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Indoor Air Quality

Crawlspace encapsulation is the practice of sealing the walls, floor, and ceiling of a crawlspace with a tough, waterproof barrier. This seals out moisture from the ground, bugs, allergens, and mold, resulting in reduced humidity and better air quality in your home. There are two main reasons to have your crawlspace encapsulated: to improve the air

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Air Filters for Allergies Give Relief

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Air Filters | Indoor Air Quality

About 40 million people get seasonal allergies each year and suffer from stuffy nose and watery eyes thanks to tree, grass, and weed pollen, mold spores, dust mite and cockroach allergens, and cat, dog, and rodent dander. Besides common allergy symptoms these allergens can cause life-threatening asthma attacks if not kept at bay. Your home

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What really affects indoor air quality?

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Indoor Air Quality

During the winter, most of us spend our time indoors, but what most of us don’t know is that indoor air quality is up to 10x worse than outdoor air quality. There are several harmful pollutants lurking in most homes: Radon, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Volatile Organic Compounds, Mold, Dust, and Pet Dander. Radon is

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