Monthly Archives: November 2021

Latest Tech Talk

  1. 7 Ways To Reduce Home Allergens

    7 Ways To Reduce Home Allergens

    An average home is a habitat to millions of indoor pollutants, including dust mites, mold, viruses, bacteria, pollen, and pet dander. These allergens can leave you sneezing, a runny or stuffy nose, itchy eyes, and shortness of breath.

    While we can't control the weather, we can take steps to manage our indoor environments and reduce the level of allergens in our homes. Here are seven cleaning and maintenance tactics to help you reduce your exposure to allergens and make your home a more comfortable, enjoyable place to live.

    1- Keep Outdoor Allergens Out

    The best way to protect yourself and your family from allergies is to stop outdoor allergens from coming inside your home to maintain a healthy and happy indoor environment. In most cases, either our clothes, shoes, skin, or hair serve as a carrier and help track outdoor allergens inside. To avoid this, it is highly recommended to keep your shoes out and have a waterproof doormat spot to encourage others to remove

    Read more
  2. Winterizing your HVAC System

    Winterizing your HVAC System

    Whether it is a home or a commercial building, it is crucial to maintain your HVAC system performing at the optimum potential.

    With the changing weather, while you are excited to prepare your wardrobe for the upcoming winters, your HVAC system might need a cold-weather makeover, too?

    The best time for winterizing your HVAC system is early fall because the winter season might feel far off, but you never know when that first snowstorm is going to hit. The last thing you want is to find out that your system is having issues that you could've addressed earlier. Luckily, it takes less time than you'd think.

    Modern heating systems are designed to withstand outdoor conditions and are sturdy & durable. However, it's always advised by the experts to take precautionary measures to ensure that they don't take a hit during the extreme winter months. Just like any other machine, your HVAC's proper maintenance is key to prolong its life. And not to forget, cleaning your system

    Read more