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Tips for Improving the Ventilation in Your Bathroom

Tips for Improving the Ventilation in Your Bathroom

February 24, 2015

Does mold continue to reappear around your bathroom no matter how often you clean? Do your windows routinely fog up? When moisture issues occur, indoor air quality is compromised and damage to your home is inevitable. This can happen when your bathroom (or a small room) doesn’t receive adequate airflow. By improving the ventilation in your …

Shopping for a Ventilation System? Take Our List With You

Shopping for a Ventilation System? Take Our List With You

September 9, 2014

If you’re shopping for ventilation system for a home that is tightly built, you need to bring fresh air into your home and improve your home’s indoor air quality. But what ventilation system is right for you and your Orlando area home?

That Heat in Your Attic–You Know It’s Trying to Get Into the Rest of Your Home

That Heat in Your Attic–You Know It’s Trying to Get Into the Rest of Your Home

July 9, 2013

Attics can get extremely hot in the summer in our Florida climate. Roofing materials tend to absorb a lot of heat from the sun’s rays. This heat then radiates into your attic where it makes the attic air much hotter than the exterior air. To make sure the heat in your attic isn’t getting into …

Proper Ventilation Has a Whole-House Effect

Proper Ventilation Has a Whole-House Effect

April 16, 2013

It’s not uncommon to say that you are headed outside for some fresh air. Did you know that with proper ventilation, you could actually enjoy fresh air indoors as well? In this post we will explore the importance of good home ventilation, and how it can be achieved.

Ventilation And Insulation: Your Prescription For An Attic That’s Spiking A Temp

Ventilation And Insulation: Your Prescription For An Attic That’s Spiking A Temp

September 13, 2012

If your home has seemed a bit under the weather and your bank account seems a bit sickly this summer, you may be interested to learn that a lack of ventilation and insulation in your attic is “patient zero.” Throughout the warmer months, your attic is capable of reaching temperatures as high as 200 degrees, …

Working With Your Ventilation System For Optimal Home Health

Working With Your Ventilation System For Optimal Home Health

March 8, 2012

A well-ventilated home provides a clean, comfortable living environment in all seasons. Here are some of the ways that your ventilation system keeps your home healthy and, by extension, keeps you and your family healthy as well:

Six Easy Ways To Minimize Airborne Dust

Six Easy Ways To Minimize Airborne Dust

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:

Improve Your Indoor Air Quality Using Three EPA Recommended Strategies

Improve Your Indoor Air Quality Using Three EPA Recommended Strategies

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.

A UV-Light System: Make It Part Of Your Clean-Air Strategy

A UV-Light System: Make It Part Of Your Clean-Air Strategy

September 15, 2011

UV light is an invaluable tool in your fight for improved indoor air quality.  The air in your home is often more polluted than the air outside, but with the aid of an ultraviolet light system, you can change that.

How Continuous Attic Ventilation Can Help You Cut Your Cooling Costs

How Continuous Attic Ventilation Can Help You Cut Your Cooling Costs

September 1, 2011

Continuous attic ventilation allows your attic to breathe. Instead of trapping heat in your attic — potentially causing roof rot from excess moisture — it is ventilating the hot air and keeping humidity levels down.