September 27, 2016
With the whole-home water filtration systems available today, there’s no need to put up with poor water quality in your Orlando-area home. Depending on the issue(s) you’re dealing with, you can have a system installed that improves your water quality using a filtering medium, a chemical process or ultraviolet (UV) light. These systems are specifically …
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February 16, 2012
Airborne dust in the home is something that we’ll never be completely rid of, but there are techniques to minimize exposure. To help keep your home dust-free and your family breathing easier, follow these six tips:
December 15, 2011
Indoor air quality is sometimes more polluted than the outdoor air. The Environmental Protection Agency recommends three strategies be put into place in your home to improve your indoor air quality and prevent symptoms associated with allergies, asthma and respiratory illness from occurring.
October 4, 2011
Ductwork plays an important part in home energy efficiency, safety, comfort and air quality. If your ductwork isn’t sealed tightly, you are not only losing air, but also air quality and money.
June 30, 2011
There are many more factors that can affect indoor air quality than you might think. Some are simply annoying, but others can pose serious health risks, especially for people who are sensitive to certain pollutants. However, in most cases it’s possible to minimize or entirely avoid problems by taking the right steps. Most of these steps are things …
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June 16, 2011
Ducts are used in homes to circulate the indoor air from the heating and cooling systems throughout the house. Properly sealed duct work will help ensure that you have a safe, comfortable and energy-efficient home. If your ducts have leaks or are not sealed properly, there is potential for significant air and energy loss. This …
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June 14, 2011
Proper maintenance of your heating and cooling systems is necessary to keep your HVAC units performing at an optimal efficiency level. The air filters, in particular, require special care to be sure they are not clogged with dirt and dust.
June 9, 2011
With springtime just around the corner here in the Orlando area, many of you will be breaking out your mops and brooms for some spring cleaning. However, before you start your cleaning this spring, you should take into consideration the current condition of your air ducts. Air duct cleaning is often overlooked, but dirty air …
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May 26, 2011
If you live in an area that experiences extreme weather conditions, a whole-house indoor air cleaner might be the perfect option for your home. In parts of the country, bad weather disables your ability to open doors and windows to ventilate your home. In some cases, opening doors and windows may allow allergens and other …
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May 12, 2011
The hot summer months in Orlando can be rough if your air conditioning unit isn’t working properly. Before summer comes, you should take into consideration the current condition of your cooling system. Performing preventive maintenance, now, will allow your air conditioner to take on the Central Florida summer in an efficient manner.