Every year an estimated 5-20% (16M – 65M) of us get flu symptoms. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the single best way to avoid influenza flu… read more →
Saving on energy pays off – especially when you’re talking about keeping your home comfortable. Cooling and heating, after all, accounts for about 56% of the energy used in a… read more →
Did you know that 65% of illnesses start with something you inhale? See video on indoor air purity.
Low indoor humidity levels is why we tend to get sick in the winter and why heating bills can be 20% higher. At 10 degrees outside your home’s indoor relative… read more →
The most common source of indoor radon is underground uranium. As uranium naturally breaks down, it releases colorless, odorless, radioactive radon gas. Radon gas enters homes through dirt floors,… read more →