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Poor Air Quality Leads To Workplace Illness

Poor air quality in the workplace can have significant negative impacts on employees' health, comfort, and productivity. Indoor air pollution can arise from various sources, including inadequate ventilation, off-gassing from building materials or furniture, presence of airborne pollutants such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), allergens, dust, and biological contaminants like mold or bacteria. Here are some potential consequences of poor air quality in the workplace: Respiratory issues: ... more »

Evolution of Asbestos

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that has been used for centuries due to its unique properties. Its use dates back to ancient times, where it was used for its fire-resistant properties and durability.  However, it was during the industrial revolution in the 19th century that asbestos became widely popular.  During this time, asbestos was extensively used in various industries, such as construction, shipbuilding, and manufacturing. It was used in building materials like insulation, ... more »

Importance of Furnace Filter Maintenance

The frequency of changing your furnace filter depends on a few factors such as the type of filter, the air quality in your home, and the manufacturer's recommendations. In general, it is recommended to change your furnace filter every 1 to 3 months. However, if you have pets, allergies, or live in an area with high levels of dust or pollutants, you may need to change it more frequently, perhaps every month. Regularly changing your furnace filter ensures proper airflow, improves indoor air quality, ... more »

Importance of Air Duct Cleaning

When it comes to maintaining a healthy and comfortable indoor environment, we often tend to overlook the importance of clean ductwork. The ductwork system plays a crucial role in circulating air throughout our homes and workplaces, making regular cleaning an essential task. In this article, we will explore the many benefits of ductwork cleaning and why it should be prioritized in our overall maintenance routine. 1. Improved Indoor Air Quality: One of the primary benefits of ductwork cleaning is the ... more »

The Importance of Dryer Vent Cleaning

Dryer vent cleaning is easily overlooked but yet one of the most important preventative maintenance items for a home/building owner.  Here are the benefits of staying on an annual dryer vent cleaning program.  Fire Safety:  One of the primary reasons to clean your dryer vent is to prevent the risk of building fire.  Lint and debris can accumulate in the dryer vent over time, creating a highly flammable environment.  When the dryer's heat builds up and airflow is restricted, ... more »

Reducing Mold in the Work Place

Mold is harmful fungus that can grow in in any moist environment.  Mold is not only unsightly, but is can also cause health problems such as respiratory issues and allergic reactions.  It is essential to prevent mold growth in the workplace to ensure a healthy and safe work environment.  To prevent mold growth in the workplace, it is important to maintain proper ventilation and humidity levels.  Regular cleaning and maintenance of the building's HVAC system can help prevent mold ... more »

Why Should I Clean My Air Ducts?

BECAUSE THEY ARE DIRTY! If your air ducts look dirty they are!  To think about what is in there and what you breath daily is frightening.  The typical buildup in ductwork is made up of primarily dead skin cells, dander, dust, and chemicals.  Every time your system runs, this get recirculated through your home or building.  This can make the indoor air quality extremely harmful for people with respiratory disorders, asthma, and allergies.   If you ever find yourself ... more »

Did you know you may be eligible to get your vermiculite removal and reinsulating cost partially reimbursed up to $5,500?

Vermiculite is an insulation material that is found in attics, walls, etc. It commonly looks similar to the photo above. We have done several hundred homes and businesses for the safe removal of it. This material is commonly disturbed during remodels when ceilings are penetrated (i.e. changing a light fixture, installing a fan, demolishing a ceiling), when additional attic insulation is added on top of it, during wall demo or electrical work, etc. Any disturbance of vermiculite insulation could potentially ... more »

Clean Exhaust Keeps The Workplace Safe

Proper maintenance on your dust/mist/particulate collector exhaust duct systems is imperative for a safe workplace for your employees.  Process exhaust duct systems and dust collectors not only remove and collect process debris and waste, but also provide clean air for your workers.  Depending on what type of industry you are working, many of these particles adhered to the duct walls can potentially lead to a fire hazard in the ductwork. Signs your exhaust/collector ductwork needs cleaning: ... more »

Don't Let Combustible Dust Be Your Workplace Hazard

All combustible materials can burn rapidly when in a finely divided form. If these materials are  suspended in air in the right concentration, under certain conditions, they can explode. Even materials that do not burn in larger pieces (such as aluminum or iron) can be explosive in dust form, given the proper conditions.  For these cleaning services, please seek out a professional company that specifically provides these services to eliminate this risk.  The contractors employees ... more »

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