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AIR PURIFIER BUYING GUIDE

Quality air purifiers have never been more important for good health. The tight seals that make your home comfortable and energy efficient also trap indoor air pollution. From cooking fumes and cleaning vapors to dust and pet dander, there is a wide variety of vapors and particles that pollute indoor air. Statistics from the Center f...

Best Indoor Air Purifiers To Add To Your Home

A couple of years back we blogged about indoor air pollution and recommended a few products you can purchase to make your space a bubble of clean air. With global carbon levels on the rise, it’s important that the place you call home remains an easy breathing sanctuary to give your lungs the break they need from pollutants and al...

Air Purifiers: The Good, and The Bad

It may come as a surprise, but not all air purifiers are created equal! Simply putting the word “pure” in a product’s name doesn’t actually mean it’s improving air quality. In fact, several popular air purification options do little to nothing to improve air quality. Poor air quality can worsen health issues like asthma an...

TOP QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE HIRING AN ASBESTOS ABATEMENT COMPANY

Construction and renovation projects are popping up left and right, and with many of these projects, asbestos removal services are required. It’s common to find asbestos in insulation, plaster, floor or ceiling tiles, and adhesives in older structures. Removing asbestos (also called asbestos abatement) is serious business because a...

How to Keep Your Indoor Air Quality in Check

Outdoor air pollution is rightfully a major cause of concern for many people, but fewer realize that air quality indoors also needs to be addressed. Contaminants outside are better known, and easier to see when they come in the form of exhaust from cars and factories. However, pollutants exist inside as well, even in the cleanest of ...

12 TYPES OF MOLD FOUND IN HOME

Every house has mold. If mold is not visible in a living area, I bet there is mold in your cellar. Knowing that mold is inside the house, you should be aware that mold can spread in living parts of the house with mold spores. You should always be aware of the possibility that your house may get infected by mold, and...

Major Health Concerns that Require Asbestos Removal

For many years, asbestos was commonly used in building construction. It has several properties that made it appealing for buildings including the following:

  • Resistant to heat, fire, and electricity
  • A good insulator for heat and for absorbing sound
  • It’s relatively inexpensive when compared to oth...

What to Do If You Have Asbestos

Asbestos is a silica mineral made of thousands of tiny fibers. These fibers make asbestos strong and make it an effective insulator, which made it a popular construction material in the late 1800s all the way to the late 1990s. Today, though, hundreds of rigorous scientific studies have shown asbestos to be a serious health hazard....

Mold Myths, Facts, and Misconceptions

For millions of years, mold has covered the earth. There is at least a little bit of mold absolutely everywhere. To protect ourselves from the adverse health effects, it pays to understand mold just a little bit more.

“Black mold is bad.”

This statement first suggests that there is only one kind of black mold. There ar...

“How is Asbestos Dealt With?” The Asbestos Abatement Process

Even though “asbestos” incites the same visceral feeling as the terms “nuclear” or “terminal” these days, awareness of the true health cost of asbestos exposure is only a few decades old. In fact, asbestos continued to be used in the construction of many structures up until as late as 1989. For older houses, buildings, an...

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