Suffer From Dust Mite Allergies? 4 Ways To Keep Them Out Of Your Furnace And Home

Posted on: 16 December 2016

If you suffer from dust mite allergies, it's time to take a close look at your home. Dust mites can live just about anywhere in your home, especially in your heater vents and bed linen. Dust mites can make your life miserable. One of the problems with dust mites is that you can never completely remove them from your home – unless you live in a dust-free environment. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to keep the problem under control.
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Seasonal Allergies Got You Down? 3 HVAC Issues That Could Be Causing The Problems

Posted on: 21 October 2016

If seasonal allergies are getting the best of you, and your medication isn't doing its job anymore, the problem might be with your HVAC system. Poor air quality isn't only found outside. In fact, if your HVAC system is having problems, you could have an air quality problem right inside your own home. Here are three issues that could be causing your seasonal allergy issues. Dirty Filters You might not think much about it, but the filter in your HVAC system has a big job to do.
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The Best Three Ways To Keep The Air Ducts In Your Home Clean

Posted on: 22 August 2016

The ductwork in your home can be considered as the "lungs" of your home. This is because they are responsible for filtering air throughout your property. If the ducts are dirty or contaminated, chances are that someone in your home may experience respiratory illnesses. Duct cleaning is one option for ensuring that your ducts are not dirty, but you could best benefit from learning how to keep dirt and other pollutants from getting embedded in your ducts.
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How to Clean Your Condensers and Control Board

Posted on: 25 July 2016

Your AC system needs to be cleaned and serviced on a regular basis. The condenser unit that is on the outside of your home (often just called the AC unit) is bound to get dirty and less efficient over time. This is why it is so important that you cover it during the seasons when you aren't using it. In fact, it is a good idea to clean your condenser unit before the summer hits.
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