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Did you know that overall, indoor air is 4-5 times more polluted than our outdoor air, and that roughly 87% of American homeowners are unaware of indoor air pollution? There’s more in the air than you can see—particles, dust and smoke, all of them potential triggers for asthma and allergy attacks. Particles like dust, smoke…

As the cold winter months’ approach in many regions, many building occupants (and the facility management teams in their buildings) are unaware that their dry indoor environments and low indoor air humidity levels are promoting the spread of pathogens including flu and cold viruses. As facility management teams in office buildings and other facility types…

There are three basic strategies to improve indoor air quality: Source Control. Usually the most effective way to improve indoor air quality is to eliminate individual sources of pollution or to reduce their emissions. Some sources, like those that contain asbestos, can be sealed or enclosed; others, like gas stoves, can be adjusted to decrease…

Most people are now aware that indoor air pollution is an issue of growing concern and increased visibility.. Air Duct Cleaning services typically vary in price per heating and cooling system, depending on the size of the system to be cleaned, the system accessibility, the climatic region, and the level of contamination. Below is a…

Some health effects can be useful indicators of an indoor air quality problem, especially if they appear after a person moves to a new residence, remodels or refurnishes a home, or treats a home with pesticides. If you think that you have symptoms that may be related to your home environment, discuss them with your…

Infiltration occurs in all homes to some extent. Natural ventilation describes air movement through open windows and doors. If used properly natural ventilation can at times help moderate the indoor air temperature, which may become too hot in homes without air-conditioning systems or when power outages or brownouts limit or make the use of air…

Air Duct Cleaning in Melbourne, FL Every year around this time, we get calls from homeowners who are worried about a burnt smell coming from their vents. They want to know if it’s normal or if it’s a sign of a larger problem. Well, if there’s a burning smell coming from your vents, the problem…

Chances are by now that you’re using your AC unit 24/7, and in doing so, you expect it to work effectively and efficiently as possible. Of course, you can help ensure this is the case by scheduling routine maintenance once a year. Professional maintenance allows ABC Cleaning to thoroughly inspect your system for any small…

Indoor Air Quality Concerns and Air Duct Cleaning When thinking about air pollution, words that might come to mind are smog, greenhouse gasses, and global warming. Although these issues have been problems for decades, it hasn’t been until recently that we have acknowledged the significance of a cleaner environment and identified ways to help improve…

One of the often-cited challenges for air duct cleaners is testing or measuring indoor air contaminants. There’s the process of taking the air samples, then sending them off and awaiting the results. The waiting game has long been just another part of doing business. Now, imagine if you could walk into a building or home,…

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