Ways to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

August 17, 2021

Your enjoyment at home and productivity at work is dependent on clean air. With insufficient air quality, your health and wellness can suffer. Here are some worthwhile steps you can take to improve your indoor air quality. Purchase an Air Purifier A good air purifier can significantly reduce allergens and pollutants. When clean air is circulating, and you can breathe freely, it feels so much better. Clean Dryer Vents Regularly Dryer vents can collect dust, lint, and other debris that can be hazardous to your air quality. Cleaning them at least once

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Air Conditioning in Underprivileged Communities

July 30, 2021

The purchase and usage of air conditioning units can be very expensive. These costs can be too much for certain people with lower incomes. However, there are government programs that can help you get an air conditioning system installed in lower-income households. Here is a look at how those programs work and how to get affordable air conditioning services. Costs of Air Conditioners There is a good reason why standard air conditioners are unattainable for some people. Even window air conditioning units can cost hundreds of dollars to purchase and to install, and this is

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How To Prepare Air Conditioner for the Summer

June 12, 2021

As the summer season sets in, preparing your air conditioning unit will help you ensure that you will enjoy a comfortable and relaxing home. Just like any other home appliance, air conditioning units require regular maintenance for proper functionality. Here are some tips that might help you prepare your cooling system for the summer. Cleaning the Coils and Condenser Before cranking up your AC for the summer, it is recommended that you check on the condition of the condenser and coils. Often, the coils will accumulate some sticky dust that could hinder your air conditioning unit

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How Candles Affect Indoor Air Quality

May 5, 2021

Candles are a common item found in many homes. But did you know that burning some types of candles could affect your health? Here are a few things you should know about how candles could be affecting your Kennesaw home’s indoor air quality and your family’s wellbeing. Hidden Danger of Common Candles Paraffin wax and gel candles are some of the most common types of candles found in homes. While they look innocent and smell pleasant, they are most likely to release toxins into the air in your home. Why? Because these candles are made from

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How Do UV Light Indoor Air Quality Products Work?

April 16, 2021

Every year you, see all the UV light devices pop up around stores. You can get UV cell phone cleaners, UV light sticks and, of course, UV light air purifiers. Is there some benefit to adding UV to your HVAC system, or is it all hype? Shouldn’t your air filter be enough to give you good indoor air quality? Difference Between Filters and Purifiers First, let’s discuss what filters and purifiers do. Filters remove contaminants from the air. Different filters will remove particles of different sizes. In most HVAC systems,

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The Best Ways to Heat a Garage

March 17, 2021

Very few homeowners use the garage for parking cars only. Most Kennesaw homeowners use the space as a workshop, entertainment room, play area for kids, and storage room. However, winter is a difficult time for garage dwellers because of the freezing temperatures and the shivering cold, making the spaces impossible to live in comfortably. Fortunately, you can entertain guests, work on your hobby or allow your kids to play in the garage by heating it. Determine Where You’re Losing Heat The first step to heating your garage during winter is to know where the room is

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Why is It Important to Have My Ducts Cleaned Regularly?

February 16, 2021

Dust, pollen, pet dander, and other pollutants collect in your ducts. They need to be cleaned regularly for several reasons. Better Air Quality Air throughout your home is blown through your ducts. If the ducts aren’t regularly cleaned, what’s in them eventually blows into your house. Since this includes several pollutants, your indoor air quality suffers. It can be especially bothersome for those with allergies or asthma, as these pollutants aggravate their condition. Better HVAC System Performance Dust and dirt reduce the energy efficiency of your HVAC system, such as a furnace

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Why are humidifiers used more in heating than cooling?

January 20, 2021

While having a humidifier in your home can increase comfort throughout the year, it is especially important to have one during the cold winter months. Many heating systems actually come with a built-in humidifier in order to introduce more moisture into the air when the heater is running. There are several reasons why it’s important to humidify your air during the winter. Combat Dry Winter Air Cold air is much more dry than warm summer air. It can’t hold as moisture as well because of its temperature, and this leads to the dry-air feeling associated

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The Facts on UV Lights and Their Effects on Viruses, Bacteria, and COVID-19

December 18, 2020

There are several means by which air purification can be used to kill microbes in the air. One of the newest and most effective means of killing viruses and bacteria in the air is through the use of UV air purifiers. How exactly does it work? Read on for the scoop. Microbes Die in UVC Light UV light is a natural killer for viruses and bacteria. Whether they are in the air, on surfaces, or even in water, countless studies have confirmed that this natural type of light radiation energy kills all of these microbes. In

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Avoiding Furnace Repair Bills

November 19, 2020

There are several things you can do that will help you avoid furnace repair bills. These are all free to low-cost solutions. Open Your Air Vents Many people erroneously believe they save money on their energy bills by closing air vents in unused rooms. In reality, this practice makes your furnace operate less efficiently and can cause it damage. Your furnace is designed to heat your entire home, and when it can’t, problems develop. Make Sure It’s Installed Right The reliability of your furnace depends on how it’s installed. If it’s too

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