Air Quality Testing

Do I Need To Test My Indoor Air Quality?

Do I Need to Test My Indoor Air Quality?

The short answer is yes; you should have your air tested. For many Virginia residents, the outside air is far from clean. Air pollution is a byproduct of the technological and industrial aspects of our daily lives. Things like smoke from factories, co2 emissions from cars, and chemical pesticides flood the air you breathe every …

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Tips For Cleaner Air In Your Home

Tips for Cleaner Air in Your Home

Amidst the recent outbreak of COVID-19, folks across the nation are ramping up measures to maintain a clean home environment.  A course of vigilance, especially in regards to biological pollutants is especially crucial in times like these.  “Bacteria and viruses can travel through the air, causing and worsening diseases. They get into the air easily. …

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Have You Tested Your Air Quality During This Virginia Winter?

Have You Tested Your Air Quality During this Virginia Winter?

Have you had persistent cold-like symptoms, like a stuffy nose, sore throat, or itchy eyes this winter? Are you experiencing a headache that never seems to go away?  You may shrug off your symptoms, reasoning that it is flu season, after all. It’s true, lots of folks get sick this time of year. However, the …

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Canva Damage Caused By Damp On A Wall In Modern House

Is mold worse in summer or winter?

Mold grows faster in the summer months. However, winter doesn’t always mean we are in the clear. Mold loves the dark spaces in our homes. Although it does not grow at temperatures below freezing, mold can survive in dormancy and await the coming spring. Mold thrives in moisture, where it grows the quickest. This winter …

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