Is Your Home’s Indoor Air Clean?

Find out what contaminants you and your family could be breathing in at home and the impact they can have on your health. You may not be able to see them, but the average house is a perfect petri dish for a whole host of dangerous pollutants that many of us breathe in every day without knowing it.  These invisible indoor air contaminants can come from a variety of […]Read More

Your Guide to Protecting Your Home from COVID-19

COVID-19 currently affects communities all over the world, forcing families to stay at home, businesses to shutter temporarily, and individuals to be wary when facing the public realm. We understand the uncertainty that is hanging in the air, and that for many of us that anxiety only gets worse with every news article, official announcement, […]Read More

When Should You Replace Your Furnace Filter?

Clean Filters Improve Air Quality As the days get shorter and the temperature begins to drop, your furnace is going to start working overtime to keep you and your family warm and cozy all winter long. To help ensure your furnace stays in tip-top shape, your heating bill stays low, and your air quality stays […]Read More

Is Duct Cleaning a Scam?

Everyone knows that responsible homeowners change their furnace filters at least every three months, have their furnace inspected every year and get their ducts cleaned annually, but is duct cleaning really necessary? Does Duct Cleaning Improve Air Quality? Though the National Research Council of Canada found that regular duct cleanings did very little to improve […]Read More

How to Reduce Static Electricity in Your Home

Every year when we turn the furnace back on, static cling seems inevitable. Chances are, you can’t go without your furnace, but you could do without all the static it produces.  What Causes Static Electricity? Static is a type of electricity. Static electricity is the same force that causes lightning, although that is on a […]Read More

10 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Your home, where you live, work, sleep, and where you raise children, has to be safe. It’s why you buy appliances designed for safety. But all sorts of indoor contaminants still infiltrate your home in various ways. These contaminants are always headed for your HVAC system, where they can do further damage to the blower […]Read More