Content Tagged With: “indoor air quality”

Even Medium Size Kitchens or Restaurants are Subject to Semi-Annual Inspections by AHJs

We’re quite sure if you’re a restaurant owner or kitchen manager, you already understand this. Restaurants, kitchens, and other establishments that serve food to the public are held to extremely tight regulations (depending on state). The important thing to remember as a food service operator is to be prepared for these semi-annual inspections and that’s […]

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The Spookiest Month of the Year

During the nation’s spookiest month, it might scare you to know what you breathe in each day. On average, people spend 80% of their time indoors, so the air we breathe is very important. NADCA suggests air duct cleaning to reduce common air pollutants like dirt, dust, pet dander, and even mold, to improve the […]

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October is National Indoor Air Quality Awareness Month

Did you know the EPA rates indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health? If you’re a homeowner, you can help curb this statistic by ensuring your home’s IAQ is healthy. How? Consider getting your home’s air ducts cleaned, which removes dust, dander, and dirt from the air that you’re breathing.

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