Category Archives: Indoor Air Quality

Setting and Saving While on Vacation

We’re now in the middle of summer and what that means for most families is prime vacation time. If you are getting ready to hit the road for your summer getaway, then there is no need to worry about your home and what temperature you think it must be set at in order to not…
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How to Prevent Your HVAC System from Pests

In order for your HVAC System to function properly there must be a balance between the exchange of indoor and outdoor air. This can leave an opening for any type of pests and critters to come crawling in from the outside. Usually, well- maintained HVAC systems protect these things from happening however these well-known unwanted…
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The 411 About Carbon Monoxide

When it comes to carbon monoxide your life can potentially be at serious risk. Carbon monoxide poisoning affects over 20,000 people per year with a small percentage of those cases resulting in death according to the Centers for Disease Control. Your risk for carbon monoxide poisoning is much higher in the wintertime due to fuel…
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Signs of Mold and the Effect it has on Your HVAC

Mold can be found almost everywhere. Wherever there is a more than a normal amount of moisture, mold will follow. Since Central Florida is known for its warm tropical climate, this leaves your HVAC system and all of its components at major risk. Mold is a fungus that grows throughout the inside and outside air…
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Tips for Improving Your Air Quality Over the Summer

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is vital to your health, and with summer right around the corner temperatures and humidity are steadily rising. This can result in more impurities in the outside air as well as the air inside of your Central Florida home. Although these are inevitable symptoms of Florida's summertime heat, there are also…
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A Few Places in the Home that Harbor Allergens

When you suffer from allergies it is vital to take into account the numerous amount of places allergens can be hiding in your Central Florida home. Here are just a few places where you are likely to find allergens in your area: In the Bed. A major allergen that we are all exposed to a…
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