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Home Air Quality

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How Bad Air Affects You!

According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), the typical home's air is one of the top environmental hazards. Learn how allergens & contaminants in the air contribute to higher sick days & health problems for families. Examples;

  • Bacteria and Viruses
  • Dust Mites
  • Gaseous Pollutants from Cooking
  • Mold Spores
  • Pet Dander
  • Pollen
  • Smoke
  • Volatile Organic Chemicals (VOC)

The By-Product of poor (IAQ) is an increase in Allergies, Asthma, Sinus Infections, Respiratory Illnesses, and Cold & Flu Viruses.

Clean, Monitor & Regulate Air

See why using Air Purifiers, Dehumidifiers, Humidifiers and other Machines properly can help reduce long term health issues.

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House Mold Removal

How to get rid of Mold in the House

Mold is everywhere. In nature, mold and other fungi have a vital role. They help dead matter decompose. Mold also helps make medicine, bread and beer. Some species of mold are harmless, but in a home, mold can be toxic.

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Air Conditioners


5 Things to consider when choosing a Portable Air Conditioner

Portable air conditioners are also cheaper than window ones, and sometimes perform useful secondary functions such as dehumidifying. They are also very easy to install. Here are the five things you should consider when choosing a portable air conditioner:

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Face Masks

Six Tips to Consider When Buying or Making a Face Mask (new)

As people try to limit their exposure to harmful airborne particles, face masks are a practical choice. With many individuals wanting to or required to use face masks in public, it is often a challenge to decide which type to use and where to get one.

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Post-Nasal Drip

If you experience a persistent cough and often feel mucous collecting in the back of the throat, you may be suffering from a common condition known as post-nasal drip or post-nasal drainage.


Does Asthma Cause COPD

Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, may have many similarities as far as symptoms are concerned, but they are very different conditions in terms of onset and reversibility.



Today, we know that asbestos, a fibrous type of mineral, causes cancer and other health problemsMesothelioma is the most common result of long term exposure to Asbestos and it could take years before symptoms appear.


Carbon Monoxide

An invisible gas that can kill, carbon monoxide is responsible for thousands of hospital visits and hundreds of deaths each year. In addition to being undetectable by the naked eye, this gas is odorless and tasteless.

Disclaimer: Articles not intended to Diagnose, Treat, Cure or Prevent Diseases!

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