Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in the Home

Why Your Older Furnace May Be a Health Risk If you suspect a carbon monoxide poisoning or a leak from your furnace, evacuate everyone from your home immediately.  Then contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency service.  A technician came by my home to examine my furnace for a carbon monoxide leak. “Having a CO leak, that puts you and your […]Read More

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) & Coronavirus Covid-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many homeowners to re-think indoor air quality.  After all, the Covid-19 virus spreads through droplets and aerosols—and people who are indoors or in enclosed spaces close to one another, are particularly at risk. Washing hands, sanitizing surfaces, wearing face masks and keeping 2 metres apart have defined our COVID pandemic behaviour. But what happens when a visitor comes calling to your home?  Or when family and friends gather inside your house for […]Read More
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Is Your Home’s Indoor Air Clean?

Find out what contaminants you and your family could be breathing in at home and the impact they can have on your health. You may not be able to see them, but the average house is a perfect petri dish for a whole host of dangerous pollutants that many of us breathe in every day […]Read More

How to Protect Your Home from COVID-19

Many of us are currently self-isolating. Now that we’re spending so much time in our homes, are there steps you can take to better protect your family from COVID-19? Handwashing and physical distancing are a good start, but UV air purifiers and advanced furnace filters might be able to help too.  Rely on Trustworthy Sources […]Read More

The Clean Air Conundrum: How to Maintain Excellent Indoor Air Quality

Breathe Better, Feel Better, & Smell Better, Too The Importance of Good Indoor Air Quality Have you thought about your air lately? It’s unfortunate but true that many of us take indoor air quality (IAQ) for granted. Unless you are sensitive to the air you breathe, IAQ may be the last thing on your mind. […]Read More

How Often Should You Have Your Ductwork Cleaned?

Your ducts are responsible for circulating warm and cool air coming from your central heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. They’re like the body’s veins, but they move warm or cool air instead of blood.  The ductwork in your home can become dirty or clogged as it moves air throughout your home. The dust, […]Read More