Air Pollutants

January 23, 2015

Formaldehyde in Your Home? Use Plants to Reduce Risk

Worried about formaldehyde in your home? Here are 8 houseplants that clean and promote improved indoor air quality and reduce formaldehyde exposure risks!
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August 13, 2014

18 Plants That Will Improve Indoor Air Quality

[osd_social_media_sharing] To improve indoor air quality in your home or work space, you can try some of these NASA approved plants. NASA conducted a study to see which plants filter the air the best by not only producing oxygen from CO2, but also absorbing benzene, …

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August 13, 2014

How to Keep Your Bathroom Mold Free

One of the areas in your home where the conditions for black mold growth are at their best, is without a doubt your bathroom. This moisture filled room is exceptionally great for mold to thrive, because all the elements that mold needs to grow come together …

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August 12, 2014

8 Reasons to Have Your Air Quality Tested

The air we breathe may seem and feel clean but a variety of different pollutants may be present, both indoors and out, that can impact our health, safety and comfort. From VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds) to mold and bacteria particulates, breathing in the air around …

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June 17, 2014

How do VOC’s get into our homes

Many products we have in our homes release or “off-gas” VOC’s. Some examples of sources of VOCs are: Building Materials Carpets and adhesives Composite wood products Paints Sealing caulks Solvents Upholstery fabrics Varnishes Vinyl Floors Home and Personal Care Products Air fresheners Air cleaners that …

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May 10, 2014

10 Easy Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

As humans, we consume air more than any other substance we put into our bodies. It goes without saying that the quality of the air we breathe can greatly impact our health and well-being. People can go roughly three weeks without consuming food, we can …

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February 19, 2014

Air Pollutants in Your Bathroom

Your bathroom is one of the most common sources of indoor air pollution due the number of problematic spots. Showerheads and faucets (especially ones that leak) can accumulate bacteria such as Legionella while mold growth behinds walls can occur due the moist environment. When you …

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February 16, 2014

Air Pollutants in Your Bedroom

North Americans spend more time in their bedrooms than any other room in their homes. Because of this, carbon dioxide levels can be a concern. If the ventilation system in your home is not functioning up to par, carbon dioxide can accumulate as we breathe …

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February 13, 2014

Air Pollutants in Your Garage

You might think that your garage is safe from air pollutants. As you open the garage door you allow fresh air to enter and polluted air to exit. Although this is true, your garage can still be a heavily polluted environment. The number of volatile …

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