For individuals who suffer from allergies caused by natural sources like mold and pollen, shifts in the seasons can be a nightmare. While it is easy to stay indoors when the pollen count is high outside, did you know your indoor air quality could be making your allergies worse? The fact is, your home is......Read More
Now that winter is coming up, you might notice your allergies start acting up at the same time. This is common in many areas of the United States as allergens are found everywhere, but this is especially the case in Louisiana. In fact, in 2019 the Asthma and Allergy Foundation ranked two Louisiana cities in......Read More
Does the interior of your home suddenly smell bad or off? Are your eyes, nose and throat frequently irritated as you move around your home? If you answered “yes” to either of the above questions, it might be time to have your home’s indoor air quality tested. The air quality in your home is......Read More
One of the best feelings in the world is stepping into a nice cool house on a hot summer day. In this modern world, it’s hard for most people to imagine a summer spent in the heat and humidity of Louisiana without air conditioning. However, if your air conditioner has dirty AC coils, you could......Read More
An older air conditioner needs to work harder to keep your home cool. Newer models have better energy efficiency, meaning that the unit will use less energy to deliver more cooling, costing you less. Especially during the summer season, your energy bill may shock you. Try some of these tips to keep your air conditioning......Read More
When was the last time you had a professional clean your home’s air ducts? For many homeowners, the answer is often “Never.” If you haven’t had an HVAC professional clean out your home’s air ducts in the past 5 years, you’re overdue for a cleaning. Clean air ducts have a number of benefits, including improved......Read More
People usually suffer from allergies—such as sneezing and difficulty breathing—during the spring season when pollen permeates the air. However, it’s not uncommon for people to suffer from allergies in the home thanks to poor indoor air quality. People that develop flu-like systems due to turning on the air conditioner or furnace are generally allergic......Read More
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