When to Schedule an Air Quality Inspection

October 20, 2020

Assessing the quality of your indoor air is an essential step toward keeping your family safe and healthy. Whereas air conditioning equipment performs the vital task of maintaining top quality air, inspections are necessary to ensure that the equipment performs just right. Many homeowners often ask the question of how regularly you should perform these inspections. Here are the various circumstances that should prompt you to conduct an air quality inspection in your house or office. As Regularly as Possible Inspection of indoor air quality should be conducted regularly, preferably at least twice a year. Conducting the assessment on such...

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How to Improve Seasonal Allergies with Better Indoor Air

July 16, 2020

In addition to being irritating, allergies can be downright hazardous to your health. Common allergy symptoms are sneezing, runny noses, and itchy eyes. Fortunately, there are some HVAC-related solutions to these allergies. Let us take a close look at how to improve seasonal allergies. Air Purifiers Air purifiers offer some fantastic ways of improving seasonal allergies. When the air inside your home is cleaner, there is a lower chance of your allergies flaring up. Air purifiers remove dust and dirt particles from the air. Although these particles are far too small to be seen by the naked eye, you can...

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Are Humidifiers Good For Your Health

June 18, 2020

Humidity describes the relative levels of moisture that exist in the air. The proper level for comfort and health should be between 30% and 60%. Levels that are higher or lower can cause discomfort and even health issues. Installing a portable or whole-house humidifier can correct the humidity levels in your home, and you and your family will benefit from the results. Respiratory Ailments A common health issue faced by people who reside in areas of low humidity is an increased prevalence of viruses. Viruses tend to survive longer in dry, cool air, thus explaining why the flu season tends...

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Ways to Prevent Sickness With Indoor Air Quality Products

April 17, 2020

When you or someone in your house coughs or sneezes, tiny droplets become suspended in the air. Those droplets could contain millions of bacteria or viruses. The next person to walk past could breathe them in and become infected. Here are three ways to prevent sickness with indoor air quality products for your home in Richmond, Katy, or a surrounding area. 1. Use a Dehumidifier Laundry rooms, bathrooms, basements, and cellars can get quite humid. The high humidity levels allow mold to thrive. Mold spores are a common cause of poor indoor air quality. For high moisture in a small...

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5 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality & Reduce Allergens

March 8, 2020

There are many pollutants and allergens in your home’s air. An easy way to see this is to go into a dark room and shine a flashlight. Indoor air quality is often two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Here are five things you can do to improve your home’s indoor air quality. 1. Keep Floors Clean Carpets and other floorings need to be cleaned at least twice a week. You should use a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter for the best results. This will get rid of pet dander, pollen, fire-retardant chemicals and dust mites. You...

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