How To Ensure The Best Indoor Air In Your Baby’s Bedroom

May 9, 2020

The air quality of your baby’s room is very important. Studies have found that the first air your infant receives is in the womb. This means that the expectant mother has to be mindful of the air she is breathing in, too. The same studies show that the physical environment has an impact on a child’s development. Therefore, it should be the best air from the womb through the childhood years. Here are some ways you can keep the air quality of your baby’s room clean every season. Install an Air Purifier The most common way to improve and maintain...

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Do Plants Help Indoor Air Quality

February 20, 2020

Evidence suggests that plants may play a role in improving a home’s air quality. However, not everyone is convinced that buying a plant is the best way to remove chemicals and other toxins from the air. Let’s look at some issues to consider when deciding whether or not a plant can help to keep you and your family healthy. You’ll See Better Results in Confined Spaces Plants may be more effective at removing harmful toxins when they are placed in confined spaces such as a bathroom or an attic. They may also do better in areas of the home that...

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What Are the Most Important Rooms to Have an Air Purifier in?

January 20, 2020

Having clean air in your house is important for all of its inhabitants. Particulates and volatile organic compounds can accumulate in an indoor space and be worse in the winter when doors and windows are often closed. Installing an air purifier in your home can clean up the air and minimize the health effects of pollution. Air Purifier Placement Considerations When you’re considering an air purifier in your home, you’ll have to think about where to place it. Generally, air purifiers should be placed in the areas of your home that receive the most use. Kitchen and living areas often...

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The Major Consequences of Not Changing Your Air Filter

December 20, 2019

If you own a home, you probably have a to-do list for all the upcoming tasks and chores you need to accomplish. Be sure to add changing the furnace air filter to your list. Since it’s only done every three months or so, it’s easy to forget about. However, this task is very important. Here are a few consequences of not changing your air filter. 1. Reduced Indoor Air Quality When your system’s filter gets clogged, it can no longer fulfill its role of keeping the air in your home clean. All of that dirt, dust, and debris then accumulates...

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Tips for Maintaining Your Winter Indoor Air Quality

November 3, 2019

The winter season is fast approaching, and now is the perfect time to begin considering ways to improve the indoor air quality of your home. Looking at ways to enhance the quality of air inside of your home will create a much healthier and safer environment for your family during the winter months. Here are a few simple yet effective tips to improve the indoor air quality of your home this winter. 1. Check the Air Ducts Dirt and debris can quickly build up in the air ducts during the winter months. Keeping a close eye on the air ducts...

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What is Balanced Ventilation?

October 12, 2019

The technicians at are passionate about the comfort of Alpharetta area homes. Often, when people think about their home climate, they only think about maintaining temperature and humidity. However, we know that the overall quality of the air in your home is essential to keeping things comfortable. Especially in modern homes, balanced ventilation is something you need to think about. The Importance of Ventilation Modern homes are built to be energy efficient. This is great for your utility costs but can have a negative effect on your air quality. When homes are tightly sealed, it is difficult to get fresh...

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Best Dusting Techniques & Products to Improve Your IAQ

September 9, 2019

At , we know that if you own a home, you deal with dust. The dust you see floating around on a sunny day is a mixture of dead skin cells, pet dander, pollen, and other small particles. Keep in mind that if it is floating in the air, you are breathing it in. If you have allergies or asthma, dusting your home can lead to difficulty breathing and poor sleep. Even people who are not as sensitive can have headaches and fatigue due to a dusty home. Cutting the Dust Dust is a constant problem in most homes. The...

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5 Helpful Indoor Air Quality Tips

August 10, 2019

You probably think of as the company you call when you need help keeping the air in your Alpharetta home warm or cold. However, we know that there is more to comfort than temperature. Irritants and allergens are small enough to float in your indoor air supply, causing trouble for people who have sensitive allergies. Here are some ways to improve your indoor air quality. 1. Keep the Outside Out Especially on dry days, people can bring dust and pollen into your home on their shoes. As they go in and out, these irritants transfer to your floor where they...

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Pollutants Can Impact Indoor Air Quality

July 1, 2019

Outside air pollutants can be hazardous to your health. However, indoor air pollutants may impact your health more adversely because you typically spend more time inside your home. What Pollutes Indoor Air Common indoor air pollutants include mold, mildew, and secondhand. Lead paint dust and asbestos fibers also make the list. Formaldehyde used in manufacturing furniture and cleaning products that give off volatile organic compounds or VOCs pollute indoor air. Radon that occurs naturally in rocks and soil can enter the home through crawl spaces and basements. Combustion fuels such as coal, natural gas, and wood can contribute to poor...

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Tips for Controlling Static Electricity in Your Home

April 30, 2019

Static electricity is a result of built-up static charges along the surfaces of materials when they are brushed against another material. Static electricity, however, may not be as harmful to you as it is to your home electronics. It may give you the occasional unwelcome jolt, though. That being said, it is essential to control static electricity in your home. Controlling Indoor Air Quality Managing indoor air quality is one of the best ways to control static electricity. This is fueled by the fact that air can access crevices that are out of your reach. Furthermore, it is easier to...

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