“What’s That (New Home) Smell?”

Category: News and Updates • July 21, 2020

Upon the completion of a newly constructed home, congratulations are always in order. With time, funding, and a monumental effort in planning for the long-term, a new home is more than a new place to lay your head at night — it’s the manifestation of your very hopes and dreams for your family’s future. But, much like a new car,...


Explaining the Unexpected Impact of COVID-19 Closures: Mold

Category: News and Updates • June 30, 2020

Working from home may have been, for many, both a blessing and a curse, depending on your workflow and general office-related preferences. But after several months of embracing the ability to kick your feet back and methodically cross off your to-do list from the comfort of your couch (and pajamas), have you taken a moment to consider the toll the...


Talking About Toxicity: What You Need To Know About Mold

Category: News and Updates • June 16, 2020

The human body often responds to mold exposure in one way or another, be it seemingly worsened seasonal allergies or outright flu-like symptoms. And in a world where a persistent cough could be a cause for concern, it’s more important now than ever to determine its source. And one avenue to investigate? Toxic mold. Here’s what you need to know...


Renovation and The Myth of Air Quality Renewal

Category: News and Updates • May 27, 2020

While it’s understandable that one may buy into the myth that renovation equals renewal in terms of your home’s health, the fact of the matter is that the very remodeling process you believe to be your saving grace may, in truth, be another avenue for polluting your indoor air quality further. Now, we aren’t saying that you shouldn’t move forward...


Category: News and Updates • May 15, 2020

HVACs are hardly considered a rare air resource today, regardless of whether one is looking at a residential or commercial building. In fact, the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) 2018 Residential Energy Consumption Survey revealed that “air-conditioning equipment is used in 87% of homes in the United States.” But that leaves one to wonder: How many of those homes have...

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