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Have you ever wondered when you should clean your air ducts? Air ducts are important for the health of your family. They are the pathway for air to flow through your home. If you don’t get them cleaned, then you could be breathing in dust, debris, and potentially mold spores that have collected over time. With the changing weather, our homes need to be well-ventilated to avoid any respiratory problems. Air duct cleaning can also improve your home’s energy efficiency, reduce allergens in the air that you breathe, and improve the overall health of your house.  In addition to improving the quality of indoor air, it also has the potential to help reduce carbon monoxide (CO) emissions from appliances and furnaces—which is especially important if you’re living in a multi-family unit. Carbon monoxide is an odorless gas that can cause dizziness, headaches, confusion, and even death if inhaled in a large enough dose. These benefits aren’t just theoretical—they’re backed by science. According to a study, poor indoor air quality in buildings can decrease productivity and can eventually cause dissatisfaction among its occupants. Around 6-9% of office work performance is greatly affected by poor indoor air quality. Got dust on your desk?  The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

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Effective Ways To Reduce Dust in Your Home

Dust indoors is a problem that affects the health of your family and home.  Some people think that dust is just fine and that it’s just in the air, but that’s not true. The dust you see on surfaces and in corners is not just a nuisance or an aesthetic issue. It’s also a health hazard. It’s an invisible threat that when inhaled, can cause asthma, allergies, and other breathing problems, and it can contribute to heart disease as well. It can also cause eye and skin irritation. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), particulate matter, also known as PM or particle pollution, that is 10 micrometers in diameter or smaller is alarming because these particles are inhalable and when inhaled may cause serious heart and lung problems. These small particles can go deep into your lungs, and there is a possibility that they may get into your bloodstream. PM exposure to children or adults who have heart problems such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and lung diseases like bronchitis, pneumonia, and emphysema is very dangerous. Where did the dust come from? So where did the dust indoors come from?  Well, let’s start by looking at what causes

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How Do I Maintain My Refrigerator

Maintaining your refrigerator is important for ensuring that it runs efficiently and keeps your food fresh. Here are some steps you can follow to maintain your refrigerator: By following these steps, you can help maintain your refrigerator and keep it running efficiently for years to come.

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Do you have a busy schedule? Or are you a new homeowner and don’t have adequate knowledge, experience, and equipment to handle routine home maintenance? Home maintenance can be tiring and sometimes intimidating, especially when you’re a busy person. However, if you have a busy schedule, you most likely realize that having a clean home can keep you healthy, and improve the quality of your life by making it more comfortable and beautiful. If you’re tired of having to handle every home maintenance task on your own, then it’s time to hire a team of professionals and avail of a routine home maintenance plan to help improve your home and make it run like clockwork. Importance of Routine Home Maintenance Plans Whether you have recently purchased your home or have been living there for a while, home maintenance is an unavoidable part of owning a property that if you do right, can ensure that your home remains safe, secure, and cared for environment. Regular maintenance and repairs can not only avoid problems in the long term but also provide you with opportunities to make minor upgrades that can increase your home’s value, as well as improve it as a living space. Home maintenance does not

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How To Clean Your Air Conditioner Filter 

Knowing how to clean your air conditioner filter is a key part of your regular maintenance routine. How you approach this step plays a huge role in determining whether your HVAC systems function properly. In this post, we’ll look at all aspects of cleaning your filter. That includes the steps required as well as how often you actually need to go about doing this. First things first, not all air conditioner filters can be cleaned. If your filter has a cardboard frame or contains some written indication of non-serviceability, you’ll need to replace it outright. You can find replacement air filters in most home hardware stores. Make sure you find the right size; bring your old filter along so you can compare. Why Should You Clean Your Air Conditioner Filter? Air conditioners circulate air throughout your home. They rely on filters to trap dirt and debris that would otherwise get circulated alongside your fresh air. When a filter is clogged, the air conditioner has to work a lot harder to pump air. This uses more electricity and reduces your air conditioner’s lifespan. Of course, it also reduces your home’s air quality. How Often Should You Clean Your Air Conditioner Filter? Cleaning your air filter shouldn’t be something

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