Improving Indoor Air Quality In Your Home

With the cooler months approaching, and more time spent inside, I thought it would be the time to post tips on how to improve indoor air quality.

Asbestos Poses Risk to Do-It-Yourselfers

With television shows and internet sites making renovations and household projects easier for the average homeowner to tackle, it becomes more important than ever for the general public to be aware of dangerous toxins like lead paint and mold. Another deadly threat, especially in older homes, comes from building materials that contain asbestos.

A Breath of Fresh Air: Improving Your Home’s Air Quality

Is the air in your home making you sick? It can be as innocuous as a persistent cough, rash or headache. But, for the very young, the elderly and those with respiratory disease, the effects of indoor air contamination can be far more serious.

A Sneeze-free Space: Tips for reducing allergens in your home

Living with stuffiness or asthma? Here are a few simple strategies for reducing allergy-causing problems in your home.