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Keep Your Kids Comfortable with the Right Humidifier

The ideal range for household humidity levels lies between 30 and 50 percent, but during the winter months, your household's humidity can drop as low as 10 percent. The conditioned air produced by a heating system saps any existing moisture...

Take Control of Indoor Allergens and Watch Indoor Air Quality Improve

Most of the time a gas furnace runs reliably, especially if you keep it professionally serviced annually. In the rare event it doesn’t run as it should, these guidelines for troubleshooting a gas furnace might fix the problem safely and quickly before you need...

Air Filters: An Invaluable Piece of Your Home’s HVAC System

HVAC systems have plenty of technical moving parts: evaporators and condensers, heat exchangers, blower fans, dampers, and so on. But it may surprise you to learn that one of the most important parts of the HVAC system is a small, inexpensive part that's easy to...

The Dangers of Carbon Monoxide — What to Know to Avoid Poisoning

You probably think you're doing everything possible to keep your family and your home safe. However, there's a dangerous threat lurking within your home. That danger is carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide (CO) can’t be seen, heard or smelled, but...

HEPA Filtration and How it Improves Indoor Air Quality

You may not realize it, but air pollution is an even bigger problem indoors than out. The quality of the air in your home is many times worse than the outdoor air, with mold, dust, pet dander and other pollutants accumulating over time. Some of these contaminants can...

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