Have you been told that you need to get the ducts cleaned in your home or office? Are you suffering from allergies and looking to increase the quality of the air you breathe? Duct cleaning is often offered as a solution, but rarely helps in the long run. In fact, sometimes it makes the indoor air quality worse.
Humidity is a common villain here in SW Florida. Watch as Owner of Tri County Air, Billy Swanson, explains what humidity is and how it affects your comfort using a sponge and water.
Particles are one of the 3 sources of poor indoor air quality.
If you are experiencing allergies, chances are they are due to the particles found in the air you breathe. Watch as Billy Swanson, President of Tri County Air, explains how you can remove particles from the air to improve your indoor air quality.
Do you have poor IAQ (indoor air quality)?
Here is a quick overview of the 3 main sources of poor IAQ, which may be the cause of those allergies!
Are you concerned that the "black stuff" around your ducts and on your ceiling might be mold? Take a look at this video to see what it is and what you can do to fix it.
Surviving an incredibly hot, humid day here in Florida is literally just another day in the life of a well-adjusted Floridian. Personally, I think it’s funny when tourists mention the humidity because as a native, I hardly notice the muggy atmosphere anymore. As much as your body may adjust to the swamp-like-standards in certain areas of Florida, your home and your air conditioner never will. It’s important to have the right levels of humidity set in your home, or else humidity could be silently destroying your house.
First of all, what does an air filter even do? Why should you clean/replace it, and how can it save you money?
If you own an air conditioner you can probably guess the importance of an air filter, but do you know what it does or why you need one in the first place? If you don’t, fear not! You’ve clicked on the correct article, because we happen to be experts!
The American Lung Association Health House program says there are many different types of contaminants that can decrease your indoor air quality (IAQ) in your home.