Indoor air Articles

Are Your Dirty Air Ducts Making You Sick?

August 25, 2015

The air you breathe has a substantial effect on your family’s health. It may sound surprising, but your house can actually be making you sick. Are you or any member of the family experiencing nasal congestion, sneezing or wheezing? Most people associate these symptoms with a cold or flu, but the truth is your dirt…

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Do You Really Need to Clean Your Air Ducts in Frederick, CO?

July 29, 2015

According to the National Air Duct Cleaners Association an average home collects as much as 40 pounds of dust, dirt and allergens in a year. This can be alarming given that those little dust bunnies contain about 40,000 dust mites and a host of unhealthy bacteria, mold and fungi. Many of us spend most our…

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How to Reduce Allergens in Your Home

July 15, 2015

Summer is back, and so are many people’s allergies. Most of you may think that allergies are only common in spring. That’s not surprising since pollen is one of the most common causes of allergy. Aside from that, animal dander, dust mites and dust also causes allergy. These allergens are not necessarily brought about by…

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Should You Buy a Portable or Window Air Conditioner?

June 24, 2015

During the summer months, many of us rely on our air conditioners to keep our home and office at a comfortable temperature. If you are on the market for a new air conditioning unit, it is important to consider the type of cooling system that will suit your needs. The size of the room, along…

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Reasons to Change Your Air Filters Every Month

June 22, 2015

The HVAC system keeps your home cool in the sweltering summer and heats your home during the cold winter months. Keeping your HVAC unit in shape will help you stay cool during the summer months. Now that you’re using your air conditioning unit more often, the air filters should be changed every 3 months. But…

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What Affects My Indoor Air Quality

June 5, 2015

Your indoor air quality is a big deal. Whether you are an allergy sufferer or not, airborne particles can still affect you. The first step to improving your air quality is to understand exactly what is harmful. Here are just a few common things that can adversely affect your air quality: Outside contaminants – The…

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Spring TLC For Your Home

March 9, 2015

Finally, there is an end in sight to this long, bleak winter! March 20th is the first day of Spring and, though it may not feel like it just yet, the warmth is on its way. While everyone is dusting off their warm weather clothing and packing up their sweaters and thick overcoats, our houses…

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Help Cold Season Stop at Your Front Door

January 13, 2015

  The problem with cold season isn’t necessarily the temperature outside. Sure, the cold makes your fingers go numb and wish you never had to get out of bed, but that’s not what actually causes you to come down with a cold. One of the main reasons that colds spread like they do is so…

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Indoor Plants to Tide You Over Until Spring

January 13, 2015

    Winter always seems to be the longest season because most of us are stuck inside and not able to enjoy the outdoors like we used to. Regardless of where you live, though, you can bring a piece of nature in with you. Indoor plants not only spruce up the place (pun intended,) they can improve…

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It’s Beginning to Smell a Lot Like Christmas

December 9, 2014

  There are certain smells that we always will equate with Christmas- freshly baked gingerbread cookies, the warm scent of apple cider, the earthy scent of a Christmas tree. Unfortunately, some of us can’t adequately enjoy these smells because of increasing sneezing attacks and constant sniffling that go hand-in-hand with colder weather. If you add…

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