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indoor air qualityIt’s no secret that bad air inside your home can lead to respiratory problems, not to mention worsen those that already exist like allergies and asthma. But how do you improve indoor air quality? Try the following steps and you’ll be breathing easier than ever:

  • Stop danger at the source — Make sure fuel-burning appliances such as your furnace, stove  and water heater are properly maintained to cut down on the danger of harmful pollutants getting into your air.
  • Ventilate your home — Ventilation is always important, not just when you’re painting or working with chemicals. The truth is, switching the air outside with what we’re breathing inside can help alleviate respiratory issues. Opening doors and windows can help, but mechanical ventilation systems will work wonders.
  • Keep your floors clean — Our floors really take a beating every day. We’re constantly tracking in dirt and grime from outside, not to mention the dust that’s floating around our home at any given time. Carpets should be vacuumed every day and cleaned on a regular basis (spot cleaning isn’t enough). Wood and tile floors must be mopped on a regular basis to keep them clean.
  • Invest in an air cleaner — Installing an air cleaner is a great way to reduce the amount of dangerous pollutants in your air. Some are designed to attack microorganisms like mold and bacteria, while others will even remove vapors and odors in your home.
  • Make it natural — You know those air fresheners that are meant to provide your home with a pleasant scent? Do you realize that they’re full of chemicals that are being expelled into your air? These devices, in addition to fragrances added to your laundry detergent and other such products, are hurting your air quality. Keep these products out of your home as much as possible.

If you’re looking for more ways to improve indoor air quality or have other questions about home comfort, please don’t hesitate to call the experts at Griffith Energy Services, Inc. We serve Baltimore, Frederick, Hagerstown, Manassas, Westminster, and Easton in Maryland, in addition to Dover, Delaware and Martinsburg, West Virginia.

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Dear Customers,

At this time, when the news is dominated by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health emergency around the world, we wanted to personally reach out and let you know that we are vigilantly implementing enhanced protocols to ensure your safety and the safety of our team.

We are closely monitoring the guidance of the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control regarding the spread of the virus. This is an evolving situation and we will continue to develop and take necessary measures as needed. Our focus is to ensure that we meet customer needs while doing our part to keep you, our employees, and our communities safe.

Here’s what we’re doing:

  • Everyone on our team has received enhanced training and protocol briefings. We will continue to evolve and adjust these protocols as needed.
  • We are implementing telecommuting options for positions where applicable.
  • Non-essential work travel is currently on hold for all employees.
  • We are conducting enhanced cleaning practices at our locations and are instructing employees to continually sanitize their work stations and vehicles.
  • We are also urging all employees to be vigilant about frequent hand washing.

Information for you:
If you have an existing service appointment, we look forward to seeing you and want to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to promote a safe and secure service experience.

During this challenging time, if you are experiencing symptoms related to the COVID-19 virus or have been exposed to it, in order to protect our team and all the customers we serve, we encourage you to please reschedule your service appointment, by calling us at 888-474-3391.

Your safety is our highest priority and we truly appreciate the trust that you place in our team and our company.

Best regards,
Griffith Energy Services
888-474-3391

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