Have you ever had a funky smell invade your home and you can’t seem to find the source? Or maybe all of a sudden you’re sneezing a lot but you’ve never had allergies before? Or perhaps everyone in your house just keeps getting sick and no one can find out why it’s happening so frequently?
There aren’t many silver linings when it comes to COVID-19. And we certainly don’t want to make light of this terrible virus and all of the pain it has caused this country. However, we are thrilled that COVID has started to shine a light on how important it is to have healthy, clean indoor air.
Spring is on its way, and with it comes mating season for all the local birds. This may seem like an issue completely unrelated to duct cleaning, but it’s actually not. Each spring, birds start to build nests in preparation for laying eggs and raising baby birds. But sometimes in the quest for a safe
The air you breathe has a huge effect on your overall well-being and health. You may have already known that, but new research from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health shows that this is even more true than previously suspected. In fact, the quality (or lack thereof) of air in your home or
Most of us have had the unfortunate experience of being in an enclosed space like a house, airplane, or restaurant where we’ve had some sort of reaction to someone’s perfume or a possible allergen that we couldn’t get away from. Maybe it made you feel nauseous or maybe you even broke out into hives or
Duct cleaning is a great service that can bring many benefits to your household and your family. But like anything else in life, it doesn’t solve all of your problems. Also like everything else in life, the key to being satisfied and content is often knowing what is reasonable to expect and what isn’t. What