Allergy sufferers in Ajax, Oshawa, and Pickering probably hate this time of year. That’s because pesky and uncomfortable allergens fill the air, such as: Tree pollen. Grass pollen. Ragweed. Pet dander. Dust mites. While it’s impossible to control the air quality outside of your home, you can improve it drastically with indoor air quality products … Continue reading Allergies and Air Purification Systems
Winter is a funny season. Some days are freezing cold with heavy snow, while others are mild and rainy. What is consistent throughout winter is that the indoor air quality of your home deteriorated. Do you have any allergy sufferers in your home? Have you found it harder to breathe or be comfortable as winter progressed? Or … Continue reading The Air Quality In Your Home Got Worse Over The Winter
“How often should you change your furnace filter?” It’s a question many Ajax, Oshawa, and Pickering homeowners (plus, those in Whitby, Bowmanville and Port Perry too) ask the team at Advantage Airtech ClimateCare. Here’s the short answer: Your furnace filter should be inspected monthly and changed every 3 to 6 months (depending on how dirty … Continue reading How Often Should You Change Your Furnace Filter?
One of the most important aspects of your family’s health has to do with the air quality. Governments regulate the gases and byproducts that individuals and companies release into the air in order to ensure that the air quality outside is as healthy as possible for the earth and for the people.
Did you know that the air inside of our homes is typically a lot worse than the quality of the outside air? Fresh air can do you a world of good, but in our area, letting fresh air into the home would do more harm than good, especially in the winter.
Are you dealing with allergies, asthma, or another type of respiratory illness? Do the people in your home tend to get sick often, or do they complain about the stale indoor air?
When you schedule duct cleaning service with an expert, you can expect a thorough inspection and only the safest and most complete methods of duct contaminant removal. Here’s how removing dust, debris, bacteria, and mold from your ducts can benefit you.
The air inside your home is not as pure as you may believe. In fact, it’s likely infested with all sorts of contaminants. Animal dander, insect parts, viruses, bacteria, dust, and pollen are just a few of the common air pollutants that homeowners breathe every single day.
Energy efficiency is a great thing for you, your family, your home and your finances – but not so much for your indoor air quality and ventilation. With all the buttoning-up we do with our homes, we may be losing necessary fresh air, which can be unhealthy for us and our homes.
If you live in a house built during the last 30 years, or one that has seen remodeling in recent decades, then it likely has a strong heat seal. This prevents heat from escaping the home during cold weather, and heat from entering during hot weather.