Indoor Air Quality

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Improve the quality of your health and life by removing odors, dust and allergens in your home.

That means thinking about the products you use and the potential impacts they have on your home environment. It also means taking precautions to avoid problems.

One easy step you can take to keep the air clean is to monitor what is in your homes air as well as invest in an air-purification system. Some of the precautions you probably already take are:

* Keeping pet beds and litter boxes away from heating and cooling system vents.

* Regular dusting and vacuuming

* Washing of linens

For your comfort we offer:

  1. * Replacement Sales or Sales of new equipment and servicing existing equipment to control humidity and air quality.
  2. * Duct inspections (at no charge) and Duct Cleaning


Helpful Hints to help control humidity:

Always run your bathroom fan during and after showering.

Run your heating and cooling system blower to reduce condensation on windows

Use ovenhoods when boiling, poaching or baking foods.


Other Online resources - Just click on the links below


Healthy Indoor Air for America's Homes

U. S. Environmental Protection Agency - Indoor Air Quality