IAQ

How to Measure Humidity & Prevent Mold Growing in Your Home

How many times have you heard a family member, friend or co-worker say, “It’s a dry heat.” In Phoenix, the outside air temperature is closely related to the humidity, but inside our Phoenix homes and businesses, tiny micro-environments can cause humidity to wreak havoc. Below we discuss humidity, indoor humidity, how mold grows inside, and …

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Maintaining Your A/C Throughout the Summer

Many homeowners are often looking for ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their home’s appliances and systems. Proper air conditioning maintenance may be the most important thing you can do for your HVAC system to ensure that it runs smoothly throughout the entire summer. It’s imperative that you scheduled annual maintenance service calls …

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When Should I Change My Air Conditioner’s Filter?

Many homeowners forget about a very important part of their home’s air conditioning system: the air filter. Air filters are responsible for filtering out dust particles, allergens, and other pollutants from your indoor air. This being said, they also can have a negative impact if they are left too long and are not changed out …

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How Air Quality Testing for Mold Can Keep Your Family Safe

Indoor air quality (IAQ) can mean the difference between living in a Valley dream home or a haunted house. This is because, with Phoenix already contending with poor outdoor air quality, your home may harbor mold spores; effecting your indoor air. These mold spores can be extremely harmful and even fatal. Reliable air quality testing …

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Examples of Indoor Air Pollution That Could be Lurking In Your Home

According to the American Lung Association, Phoenix is the fifth-most polluted city in the nation in terms of air quality. However, as bad as our outdoor air is, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says indoor air is usually far worse. As the EPA points out, many scientific studies have found that indoor air is more polluted than …

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