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Healthy Living Blog - Power Vac Duct Cleaning British Columbia

Healthy Living Blog


Indoor Air Quality at Work

  If you suspect your workplace has unhealthy air, take these three steps: Tell your supervisor and building management that there may be a problem.  Follow the usual and proper steps to alert them, as you may need to document the steps you took later. Tell your...

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Prevent Dryer Vent Fires

Heavy woolen and fleece clothes may help us survive the Okanagan winter. But many people don't realize that they also carry a hidden hazard: when tumbled in a dryer, they shed loads of lint that can pack into cavities and exhaust pipes and increase the risk of fire....

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Winter Furnace Maintenance

During winter, the furnace is one of the most important components in your home. Because of you want to keep your family warm, it is important the furnace runs properly. A properly maintained system will deliver maximum heat output to the home without wasted energy or...

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What to do After a Fire

Breathe Cleaner, Live Longer.  HVAC Cleaning is a must after the destructive wild fires! One of the major concerns is the potential for toxins and other contaminants in the soot and ash that may be deposited in homes from nearby burned structures, and the health and...

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Pet Hair and Duct Work

Pet Hair in the Duct work can create Indoor Air Quality Issues Many people young and old suffer from respiratory illnesses such as allergies or asthma. Asthama today is a common problem  It is also  estimated that 10 to 15 percent of this number overall is allergic to...

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Air Duct Cleaning After Renovations

Should you invest your money in Air Duct Cleaning after completing your home renovation or home remodeling project? Our customers in the Okanagan and Kamloops frequently ask this question after a renovation project (bathroom remodel, kitchen remodel, finishing the...

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Is Your Air Conditioner Coil Freezing Up?

Freezing of your AC coil occurs when the refrigerant inside a central air conditioning unit falls below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, Canadians would measure it as 0 degrees Celcius. What is actually happening is the humidity that surrounds the coils is freezing up. The...

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House Dust and Your Health

We vacuum, we dust but despite our best efforts dust always seems to come back. Dust happens - especially in dry arid climates like the Okanagan and Thompson Valleys. It’s a universal truth that as soon as you dust your furniture, more dust will collect. But, that...

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5 Common Steps To Help Solve Poor Air Flow Problems

Proper air flow is one of the most critical things your air conditioner needs to do its job properly. Even if the system is properly removing heat from the air that flows through the unit, it doesn’t help your comfort if the conditioned air doesn’t make it to the...

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