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What are top AC energy tips?

What are top AC energy tips?

In all likelihood, your air conditioner is the biggest energy consumer in your home. If you're using it regularly, you’re probably used to seeing huge utility bills by now, which is perfectly normal. However, you don’t have to acclimate to high electricity bills, because you can lower them even when you have your AC unit running every day. Following are some of the top AC energy saving tips th...

Keep Safe From COVID-19 With Careful Home Cleaning And Disinfecting Strategies

With all of the news about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), you may be worried about how to keep your home safe from the virus. There is still much we don’t know about how the virus is transmitted, or how long it remains infectious on surfaces or in the air. However, the  offers a number of cleaning tips for limiting the virus’s survival in your immediate surroundings. To clea...

4 Things You Should Know About Mold & Mildew!

This week we’re talking about a subject I get asked about all the time: what to do about mold and mildew. So curl up on the couch, and get ready for things to get moldy!

What are Mold and Mildew, and What’s the Difference?

Mold and mildew are fungi, microscopic organisms that can thrive in any moist environment. In nature, molds are actually quite important. They break down dead or...

What are Some Cleaning and Disinfection for Households During COVID-19


There is much to learn about the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) that causes  (COVID-19). Based on what is currently known about COVID-19, spread from person-to-person of this virus happens most frequently among close contacts (within about 6 feet). This type of transmission occurs via respiratory droplets. On the other hand, transmission of novel coronavirus to persons from ...


Dusting and furniture care may or not be on your radar, but if you have furniture and woodwork in your home, you can benefit from putting together a bucket or caddy with some products and tools that you will need at some point. I enjoy taking good care of furniture and woodwork – it makes your home look better and most definitely will make your furniture last longer.

Cleaning Your Home For Coronavirus? Don’t Forget Your Indoor Air.

With the president extending social distancing guidelines for the coronavirus through the end of April, and data showing a lot of states may not see their peak of COVID-19 cases until May, it’s safe to say we’ll be continuing to spend a lot of time at home.
And while you are likely disinfecting ...

What are some Air Purifiers for Coronavirus Protection: Field Controls

What Makes the Field Controls TRIO a Candidate for COVID-19 Protection?

  To start with, the TRIO features a hospital-grade HEPA air filter as one of its several filtration stages. As we’ve discussed in previous posts, HEPA filters can capture incredibly tiny particles, including larger viruses, through a process known as diffusion, in which these particles become entangled i...

How to Dust Your Home Like a Pro With This Complete Guide

What’s the deal with dusting? Is it really necessary? How often should you do it? What are the best tools to use? As you’re getting ready to tackle your spring cleaning, read this guide for answers to all these questions and more!

Dusting Basics

In addition to the dirt and debris you track inside your home, dust is composed of fabric fibers, pe...

How to Clean Dust Properly (Yes, There’s a Right Way!)

What is Spring Duct Cleaning?

We have all heard of spring cleaning, but our air ducts are often overlooked on this to-do list. This March, Duval Clean Air encourages you to schedule your spring duct cleaning because of the benefits it will provide to your home and your health.

Improve Air Quality

Over the winter, dry air has allowed dust and dander to build up in your home’s ventilation system. Come spring time an...

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