5 Common Household Products That Pollute Your Home’s Air

July 16, 2020

It’s likely that the air in your home is five times more polluted than outdoor air. Since you spend up to 90% of your time indoors, low indoor air quality is a major concern. Here are five common household products you likely own that are polluting your air: 1. Cleaning Products Cleaning products emit a lot of VOCs (volatile organic compounds). You can reduce the concentration of VOCs in your home by choosing unscented cleaners. Even better, use natural products instead, such as water, vinegar and baking soda. 2. Air Fresheners A

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How to Remove Mold from AC Ducts

June 18, 2020

An air conditioning system can cause the growth of mold in the ductwork that it uses to deliver cool air to the various rooms of your home. These ducts are difficult to clean using normal methods. Mold that is growing in them can become detached from the ductwork and enter into the air circulation of your residence. This could pose a serious health hazard. Using an Ozone Generator Using an ozone generator can kill the mold in your ductwork. These units can be rented or bought from many locations. They should be set up at the

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Is It Bad To Leave My Windows Open When I Have My AC On?

May 14, 2020

Fresh air is good, and so is a mild temperature in the home. An open window allows fresh air to come inside, and your air conditioning system keeps the house cool. Why not open a window and run the air conditioner at the same time? Obviously, there’s a flaw in this plan. You’ll lose more than you gain if you run the AC while a window is open. Letting in Hot and Humid Air Opening a window might not be the best strategy on a hot day. All that extra heat and humidity will come

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Tips for Cleaning Your HVAC System

April 17, 2020

Having a clean HVAC system can improve your indoor air quality and keep your equipment running more efficiently. Here are some helpful tips for cleaning your equipment. How to Clean the Condenser Coil Since it is outside, this important part of an AC unit can get dirty fast. Start by removing any weeds or plants growing around the condenser. Then, turn off your AC, and use a hose to gently spray away debris. Apply air conditioner coil cleaner to the coils, give it some time to work and rinse it off. Prevent Condensate

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