With the number of hours spent indoors skyrocketing during the winter months, it’s important to improve the indoor air quality of your home. Pollen is still lurking on the ground outdoors and can easily travel indoors through an open door or window, along with another allergen that thrives in moist conditions — mould. Additionally, there can be a build-up of unwanted dust, bugs and mites that can impede your ability to be comfortable in your own space.
Here are a few noteworthy examples of what winter can throw your way. Continue reading
Your home is your haven, so you should always be able to feel safe in it.
While there are many safeguards you can put in place such as security systems or window meshing to block bugs, what about even smaller intruders that can sneak through all of the above? Indoor air quality can be threatened by allergens creeping in via human hosts or an open window. Continue reading
Many people buy a portable vacuum for the purpose of saving space and money. After all, you won’t need a network of hosing in your home or dishing out the money needed to have all of it installed. But in reality, does it really take up less space than a central vacuum system? The answer is no. Continue reading
Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a method of water filtration that removes contaminants from water as it’s dispensed. This water filtration is a four-step method, travelling through a pre-filter, RO membrane, storage tank, and post-filter. Reverse Osmosis is a natural process and does not require any chemical or electrical treatment. Continue reading