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10 Ways to Improve Air Quality in Your Home

10 Ways to Improve Air Quality in Your Home

How Clean is the Air in Your Home? Unless assigned as a specific task, I doubt any of us spend our free time thinking about how to improve indoor air quality or what the Environmental Protection Agency, EPA , says about indoor air testing. The EPA standards for air...
What is the Difference Between Mold & Mildew

What is the Difference Between Mold & Mildew

What is the Difference Between Mold & Mildew Mold and mildew have several characteristics in common but they are also distinct organisms with prominent differences. What is mold? What is mildew? Can you correctly identify one over the other? Both mold and mildew...
How to Test for Lead Paint?

How to Test for Lead Paint?

How to Test for Lead Paint? Is the air in your home safe? Are you at risk for serious health conditions because your living space was built prior to 1978? Do you know how to test for lead paint? Knowing how to test for lead paint includes knowledge of flaking,...
Signs of Mold Allergy and Mold Related Illnesses

Signs of Mold Allergy and Mold Related Illnesses

Symptoms of Mold Exposure Have you been dealing with health issues that seem to be unexplained? You may be suffering from a mold sickness. Living or working in a building with water damage can potentially have serious effects to your health. Mold Can Be Hard To Spot...
Tips to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Tips to Improve Indoor Air Quality

How to improve indoor air quality Indoor air quality problems are not always obvious or evident, but they can greatly affect your health and comfort. Indoor air quality Issues can arise from smoke, gases, particulates, contaminants and lack of ventilation. The three...
Do I need to test the radon levels in my home?

Do I need to test the radon levels in my home?

Radon Test for your Charlotte, NC Home What is radon? And why should I be worried about it? According to the EPA, radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, and chemically inert radioactive gas. It is formed by the natural radioactive decay of uranium in rock, soil,...
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