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  • Breaking Down the Benefits of an Air Purifier

    August 2, 2019

    To many homeowners, air purifiers seem like a luxury. After all, you have air filters built into your HVAC system – why would you need a separate air purifier? However, the EPA cites air purifiers as a powerful way to[Read More...]

    Bathroom IAQ Tips

    March 15, 2019

    One of the places in our homes that can pose the biggest problem for indoor air quality is our bathroom. Here germs, viruses and bacteria have free reign to grow and become more volatile. That’s why it’s so important to[Read More...]

    How to Achieve Good Ventilation During Winter

    January 18, 2019

    These dreary, cold winter months seem like an endless conveyor belt of biting wind chill and frigid temperatures. They’re a slog to get through – even here in a warmer climate like Florida – but there’s at least a light[Read More...]

    HVAC Tips for Pet Owners

    December 7, 2018

    There isn’t anything quite like having a furry friend to play with and keep you company at home. They’re always there for you, and they’ll give you someone to talk to without any of the snark or indifference you might[Read More...]

    Guide to Keeping Your Home’s Humidity Level Low

    July 20, 2018

    There aren’t many things that are as simultaneously dispiriting and aggravating as discovering a bunch of mold has not only formed but spread. Although you’d probably rather just ignore it and pretend it never happened, the right course of action is to do whatever possible to make sure it goes away for good. Mold poses a serious risk to your health if left untreated, and the sooner it’s been taken care of, the better.