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How to Prevent Sick Building Syndrome in Shelby Charter Township, MI; Air Duct Cleaning & More

Sick building syndrome (SBS) is a term that no business owner wants to hear. This term was originated in the 1970s and pertains to several occupants experiencing acute and otherwise unexplained illness when spending time in a specific building. This can mean trouble for business owners, so you may be wondering what can be done…

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Differences Between Vents, Grilles & Registers in Ferndale, MI; Air Duct Cleaning to Maximize Performance

Central heating and air conditioning includes many primary components to make it function. In order to transfer the treated air from the furnace or from the air conditioner, air series of openings is needed. These openings are the various vents, registers, and grilles found throughout the home from which the air ducts feed the air…

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Signs Fall Air Duct Cleaning is Needed in Hamtramck, MI; Black Dust from Air Vents & More

Depending on how much dust and dirt circulates on average throughout your home, among other factors, dictates how frequently you should have your air ducts cleaned to maintain healthy indoor air and the efficiency of your HVAC system. Generally, experts agree that homeowners should get their air ducts cleaned every 5-7 years. Fall is actually…

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Air Duct Cleaning to Prevent Legionnaires Disease & Remove Mold, Dander & Pollutants in Royal Oak, MI

Air duct cleaning has been considered an environmental necessity for some time. The event that brought air duct cleaning to the public’s attentions was the advent of Legionnaire’s Disease. It occurred in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1976 where 182 attendees of the American Legion convention contracted this disease and 29 of them succumbed to what proved…

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Improving Air Quality; Sources, Effects & Solutions to Indoor Air Pollution in Warren, MI

The American Lung Association and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimate that most people spend between 60% to 90% of their time indoors. This primarily includes time spent at work or school and home. Because of the amount of time we all spend inside buildings, the air quality we breathe should be a major concern. Indoor…

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