How to Get the Most Out an HVAC Duct Cleaning

HVAC systems play a large role in the indoor air quality of a home. Though you can change your air filter once every three months to reduce dust, allergens and dirt in your air, sometimes you have to clean the whole system. How Often Should I Have My Ducts Cleaned? There’s not one answer that…

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Are There Hazardous Mold Coming from Your AC Unit

mold from ac unit in home

Most people expect to find mold in old carpets and basements and nearby leaky roofs. But could mold be hiding in your HVAC systems? About 70% of homes have mold in them and roughly 28% of people are genetically predisposed to mold health problems. Air conditioning mold can often be detected by musty smells in…

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Carbon Monoxide and Your Gas Furnace

    What is carbon monoxide (CO)? Carbon monoxide (CO) is a poisonous, colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas. Although it has no detectable odor, CO is often mixed with other gases that do have an odor. So, you can inhale carbon monoxide right along  with gases that you can smell and not even know that…

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Dirty Vents? It May Be Time to Service Your System.

If you see dust and dirt buildup on your supply air vents, it’s your system’s way of telling you that it’s not at its best. This can be indicative of a couple of things. It may mean that the HVAC system filter has not been changed often enough. That can mean the indoor coil is…

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Home (Indoor Air Quality) Improvement

woman breathing in good indoor air quality at home

Indoor air quality is a serious issue and needs to be treated as such. According to the EPA, indoor air pollution is one of the top five environmental risks to public health. Many people don’t realize this, but the air inside your home can be up to five times more polluted than the outdoor air.…

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