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Dust MitesHow To
February 21, 2017

How To Get Rid Of Mites In Your Bed

First, we must start off by asking ... What Are Mites? There are two types of bed mites: Dust Mites These are opaque looking bugs. They eat skin cells, bacteria and pet hair. They are microscopic, but they do not bite. They absorb moisture, so they can be dehydrated. They…
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How ToMould
February 17, 2017

How Long Should I Run My Dehumidifier?

“How long to run a dehumidifier every day?” This is a an excellent question. I get asked by everyone, whether they’ve had a dehumidifier for years or just started using one. The best answer would be to run your dehumidifier unit 24 hours a day. However, that could end up…
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Indoor Air QualityTips
February 16, 2017

5 Common Household Products You Can Use To Clean Your Home

Have you ever wondered if you have to use those expensive chemicals and cleaning supplies found at your local supermarket? While some are irreplaceable, there are some products found at your supermarket that you can find cheaper when they are packaged for something entirely different. In fact, there are many…
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How ToIndoor Air Quality
February 14, 2017

How To Fix Contaminated Room Air

When you have contaminated indoor air, it can be a very difficult and time-consuming process to get it fresh and clean. Sometimes, your air will turn polluted instantly, within minutes or overnight! I’ll explain the reasons your indoors got contaminated in the first place, then share a few methods on…
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How ToMould
February 14, 2017

How to Get Rid of Indoor Mould

Are you having guests coming over and now your indoors smell musty? Or are you the kind of person who constantly has black spots all on the walls no matter what you do? Does it seem like there is no way to get rid of the mould in your home?…
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MouldTipsUncategorized
February 14, 2017

What You Should Do To Your Building After It Rains

Often people ask me, "is there anything I should do to my home after it rains?" It's very common question, and there are  few things you should check after a heavy rain. Rain can sometimes affect your indoor air biology. Because rain water can bring dampness, it can affect your…
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How ToMould
February 11, 2017

How to Get Rid of Mouldy Smells in a Room

Mouldy smells are an indication that is more common in damp materials, but that doesn’t mean your room won’t be infected. It’s important, that if you smell signs of mustiness, to act quickly and get rid of it. What are Mouldy Smells? Mouldy smells are common and often mistaken for…
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How ToIndoor Air Quality
February 7, 2017

How to Test Indoor Air Quality Accurately

It’s important to learn how to test indoor air quality, and do it at least once a week to make sure the air you breathe is pleasant, and to keep your health level in check (i.e. you’re not feeling unwell). What most people don’t know, however, is there’s a right…
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Indoor Air Quality
January 28, 2017

The Importance of Indoor Air Circulation

I developed a 3-step process to taking care of your indoor air quality: The 3 C's to Quality Indoor Air. They include circulation, cleaning and comfort. Circulation, also known as ventilation or air flow or air exchange, is the first step in the process. Air circulation plays a major role…
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Indoor Air Quality
November 29, 2016

The Nature of Indoor Air Quality

What is indoor air? When you put it all into perspective, indoor air is air within a building where a person spends a period of an hour or more in any day such as a home, office, classroom, motor vehicle, shopping centre or hospital according to The National Health and…
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