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Indoor Air Quality Issues that Homeowners Should Know About

Just because you regularly clean your house doesn’t mean it isn’t polluted. Most homeowners are unaware that the very chemicals they use in cleaning their homes actually pollute their indoor air. In fact, there are many household items that release gases or particles into the air, making them a primary cause of indoor air quality problems in homes. The issues become even more serious when a home has ... READ MORE >

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How a Good Air Purifier Can Improve Comfort & Health

The quality of air can have a huge impact on your health and other aspects of your life. More and more homes are designed to become energy-efficient. However, the newer the home, the tighter it is sealed, leaving behind more contaminants confined inside. The Environmental Protection Agency states that indoor air pollution is one of the top five environmental risks to the public. If you spend 90 percent of your time ... READ MORE >

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Zoning Your Home to Improve Temperature Control

A typical home has multiple members having different temperature preferences and levels of comfort. One member of the family may prefer the room to be warmer or cooler while others do not. Just as the lights throughout your home have individual switches, having a separate thermostat for each room can give you and your family more comfort when it comes to controlling your home’s temperature and help you save ... READ MORE >

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Indoor Air Quality and Health

Have you ever thought about your home's indoor air quality? How much time do you spend inside your house? On the average, a person spends 90% of their time indoors. A home's air quality in Waukesha WI, or any other city in the country, can be much worse than that outdoors. That is why homeowners must take necessary steps to ensure their family will live in a healthy and safe environment, breathing clean air. As a ... READ MORE >

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