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Have a Happy Easter and Avoid Spring Allergies

on April 7, 2017

Easter is around the corner and spring will be here soon after that.  While it’s still a little too cold for plants right now, we’re getting closer to breaking the 70-degree mark which means plants will start blooming soon and the cold-weather variety will have already begun.  Once they start blooming, plants waste no time […]

Air Fresheners and IAQ

on March 3, 2017

While this year has been warmer, it’s still cold outside and we may be looking at more snow in the coming weeks.  Cold weather leads many of us (especially the elderly) to retreat indoors for extended periods of time, hiding away where it’s warm.  Close living quarters, especially with larger families or pets, often invites […]

Natural Ways to Fight Allergies

on September 9, 2016

Fall allergies are starting to hit several of us hard.  Sniffles, constant sneezing, red eyes, irritable sinuses, and sore throats do not have to be the anthem of your fall season, however.  You also don’t need to spend most of the season drowsy or passed out antihistamines and medical histamine blockers.  Taking care of the […]

Smoke, CO, and Filtration

on June 17, 2016

The air we breathe should be one of the top concerns we have on a day-to-day basis.  While high levels of traffic and industry outside raise pollution levels – and plants raise pollen levels – we should feel safe in the knowledge that the air inside our homes, safely sealed away with forced air ventilation […]

Air filter basics and replacements

The Basics of Air Filters

on April 2, 2016

It’s the most basic maintenance you can perform for your furnace or air conditioner, but it’s also one of the most essential.  A clean air filter helps deal with allergens floating throughout the home, limits the spread of mold spores, and helps to improve the efficiency of your central air system by limiting dust accumulation […]