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103mmx allergies at home

Allergy Symptoms

Allergy symptoms can vary tremendously from person to person, allergen to allergen and place to place. In one person, the symptoms of allergies might be the typical sneezing, stuffy nose and runny eyes. Another person might suffer a general feeling of illness or malaise or stomach problems that they don't understand are related to allergies. The human immune system is extremely complicated, and there are many different ways it can become disturbed and overreact to allergens. Getting your allergy symptoms under control can take months or even years. If you or anyone in your household suffers from allergies then you...Read More
102mmx breathe clean air

It Has Been Confirmed

It has been confirmed. Breathing clean air makes you live longer! If you want your air to be clean then you have to do two things: 1. Regularly clean your air duct systems. This includes all exhausts and fresh air intakes. 2. Regularly clean or replace your air filters. These two items are crucial to breathing cleaner air in any building. Call us for a free no-obligation estimate. Our pricing is reasonable and we provide a quality service. We can help make your air noticeably cleaner starting today! (416) 293-1800 People on average, breathe about 25,000 times per day. We unconsciously breathe in toxic...Read More
101mmx how clean is the air in your home

How Clean Is The Air In Your Home?

Ever wonder about the quality of the air that you and your family are breathing? Today's tightly-sealed homes trap indoor pollutants and might actually contribute to poor indoor air quality.  Here are some of the steps homeowners can take to improve the quality of the air they breathe: Have a high-efficiency ventilation system installed to ensure good indoor air quality; Have carpets cleaned once or twice a year to remove pollutants, dust and dirt; Have your duct system cleaned every three or four years at a minimum; Use low-emission paints to reduce vapors; Whenever possible, use green household cleaners that...Read More
97mmx indoor air quality hepa filter

Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is the condition and content of interior air, especially with regards to how it affects health and safety of humans. The chemical, physical, and biological characteristics of the atmosphere inside of homes and in commercial and institutional buildings can be influenced in many ways. Sometimes the effects on indoor air quality can be sufficient to cause people to experience significant discomfort, and in extreme cases to become physically ill. Recent studies have proven that indoor air quality is generally worse than outside air quality. If you would like to improve your indoor air quality, there are...Read More
Indoor Air Pollution

Indoor Air Pollution

There are two main types of air pollution; 1. Particulates (air pollutants that have mass) dust, dander, pollen and cigarette smoke. 2. Volatile Organic Compoundes (VOC’s) which are gases from chemicals that are released into the air by various household materials and liquiteds. Some sources can be included but not limited too are: 1. Carpets – may emit VOC’s, trap dust, home for microbial organisms 2. Cigarette Smoke – Contains 40 know carcinogens 3. Dry-Cleaned Clothing – may emit chemical used in the dry-cleaning process 4. Furniture – pressed wood may emit formaldehyde 5. Household Dust – most dust is...Read More