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When to Clean You Air Ducts

Air duct cleaning is an essential process to keep your heating and air conditioning equipment running efficiently and really helps keep your home by cutting down on dust. In fact, One out of six people who suffer from allergies do so because of the direct relationship to the fungi and bacteria in air duct systems according to ‘Total Health & Better Health Magazine’. If you suffer from allergies from dust, pollen, pet hair or other allergens – cleaning your air ducts in your home is a must. Continue reading

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The Best Way to Prevent Health-Threatening Mold in Your Home

All homes have some type of mold and/or mildew. These health-threatening fungi are difficult to escape. Whether through the air we breathe or the food we eat, mold will always invade our body somehow. But we can protect ourselves and our loved ones by ensuring mold doesn’t get a chance to grow in our homes. Continue reading

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how necessary to get high level vacuuming?

Dust alone may be not that contagious but a pound of dust within the system is another story. Large amount of dust: build up of more unwanted bacteria and fungi. It’s a threat to one’s health; more to those who … Continue reading

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Contaminated HVAC Ducts: Fungal Growth And Its Role In Indoor Air Problems

As Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) professionals focus increasing attention on fungal growth and its role in indoor air problems, some people are looking at how fungi contaminate duct and duct liner. While most professionals advocate removing contaminated liners, recent studies indicate that this isn’t always done – and that contamination is more variable and harder to predict than previously thought. Continue reading

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Is the Air in Your Home Safe to Breathe?

One of the leading contributing factors to asthma in children, and illness in general, is the indoor air quality of your home. The mechanical circulation and movement of the air within your residence may lead you to believe that it is somehow fresh and filtered and pure. However, unchanged filtration pads and neglected duct work can be harboring the spores of molds and other fungi along with pet dander, dust mites and pollen as well as regular household dust. Continue reading

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