Category: Indoor Air Quality

Energy Savings Tips – Air Duct Cleaning Saves At Least 11 Percent On Your Annual Energy bill

Energy Savings Tips – Air Duct Cleaning Saves At Least 11 Percent On Your Annual Energy Costs Heating, ventilation and air conditioning a home or small commercial building is requires a lot of energy. Your HVAC (heating, air conditioning and Ventilation) system accounts for 30 percent of the energy used in an average home or […]

Air Duct Sanitizing – Give Yourself the Gift of a Healthier New Year

Air Duct Sanitizing – Give Yourself the Gift of a Healthier New Year Did You know? That 40 lbs. of dust can accumulate in the average 1500 sq ft home in 1 year? That dust is likely to contain dirt, allergens, bacteria, fungi, mold and approximately 40,000 dust mites per ounce,” says Richard Lantz, an […]

Indoor Air Quality Resources

Indoor Air Quality Resources E.P.A Indoor Air Quality Page American Lung Association Humidifiers-Dirty Humidifiers May Cause Health Problem Check Your Cities Pollen Count E.P.A Biological Contaminant Site Learn About Airborne Allergens(NIAID)(pdf) Killer Lurking In Your Home Carbon monoxide Carpet and Indoor Air Quality(pdf) Environmental Tobacco Smoke(pdf) House Dust Allergy (ACAAI) Articles Indoor Air Pollution Increases […]

Universal Air and Heat Wages War on Indoor Air Pollution

Universal Air and Heat is Waging War on Indoor Air Pollution! Your air conditioning duct system functions as the respiratory system of your home. Dust, dirt, pollen, animal dander and other airborne contaminants are pulled into your system every time your air conditioner runs. Over time, these contaminates build up inside your duct-work, making your […]

Universal Air and Heat Air Duct Cleaning Helps To Reduce Indoor Air Pollution

Universal Air and Heat Air Duct Cleaning Helps To Reduce Indoor Air Pollution! As NADCA certified Air Systems Cleaning Specialists, we will educate you about indoor air pollution and explain how our air duct cleaning procedures may help to improve your indoor air quality. Your air conditioning duct system functions as the respiratory system of […]

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