Asthma effects on children and family

We want to thank you for the great job you both did in preparing for and implementing the two weeks of work in our home.  Kevin, we were amazed with how easy it was to work with you in setting up our contract.  It must have consumed a great deal of your time putting together the various... Read More

David & Ginny

Improving your home's energy efficiency can have an added benefit that's equally compelling: improving your home's indoor air quality. Proper control of your home’s indoor air ventilation is crucial to keeping the air inside your home fresh and free of pollutants that can adversely affect your family's health.

Solutions to improve air quality in your home
The best thing you can do as a homeowner to ensure that your home is as energy efficient and as healthy as possible is to have a professional building analyst help you prioritize your home improvement efforts. And remember our simple mantra: "seal tight, and ventilate right."
Mold and mildew are fungi that grow in homes and buildings under damp or moist conditions. Mold spores live on organic material, which includes paper and wood. They also need moisture but not much; a plumbing leak or condensation on a window or poorly ventilated bathroom can be enough.

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Don’t Spend Summer Months Sleeping Downstairs

Monday, June 23, 2014
Stack effect is often the cause of extreme temperature differentials inside your home during summer and winter. Learn more about stack effect and how to stop it from keeping your home uncomfortable!