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Ventilation

The Importance of Putting Radon under Control

When we think about polluted air, we usually think of toxic emissions from vehicles, smoke coming out of chimneys of factories and our own homes. These are visible fumes that are dangerous and require strict regulations; otherwise, we’ll turn our air into a gray, toxic mess with severe consequences on our health.

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Weekly Tip for Aug 22: Four Home Improvement Projects for Summer

It’s summertime, and your schedule might have lightened up a bit as the kids are heading back to school. Summertime is the perfect opportunity to tackle home improvement projects that you’ve wanted to get around to for months.

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Weekly Tip for Aug 14: Air Quality: Is Your Home Making You Sick?

Tweet The Sources of Indoor Air Pollution Pollution is generally thought of as something that exists outside in the overall environment and in large cities. However, pollution can also exist

Ventilation

The Lung-Friendly Home: Modern Methods and Technologies for Pure Indoor Air

Another type of ventilation system, referred to as an air-to-air heat exchanger or energy recovery ventilator connects to existing forced air HVAC systems and uses fans to exchange stale indoor air with fresh air from outdoors.

Home Structure

Mold Problems and Your Home

Mold is a serious problem, one that silently grows inside of your home and sometimes invisibly too. Mold can be found anywhere, but it becomes a problem when a food source such as dirt and moisture are both present.