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As the long winter season moves in, Winnipeggers will be spending more and more time indoors. With more time inside, a larger volume of pollutants will collect in our homes. Dust, bacteria, pesticides, chemicals, toxins, and such can have a negative impact on our health. Are there healthy ways to improve indoor air quality during the winter months? Here are 10 things that you might find helpful.Tag: Clean Air
You sanitize countertops, door handles and your hands to stop the spread of germs, but have you thought about sanitizing your home's air? Napoleon's UV-C air sanitization system uses Philips UV-C technology to keep your home's air at its best by eradicating airborne contaminants like viruses, bacteria and mold...Tag: Clean Air
We love our pets. Even though they leave fur in ever nook and cranny, they are our extended family. We gladly put up with bite marks on furniture, shoes and clean up after them. However, HVAC maintenance does have extra challenges because of our four-legged friends...Tag: Clean Air
Given the most recent news in the world today, clean air has never been such a hot topic. HVAC companies promote clean air every cold and flu season, however given the extreme circumstances the Covid-19 pandemic has caused, it seems this year it is even more top of mind...Tag: Clean Air
According to national average, 1 in 10 homes include a dog or a cat. A four-legged companion can be a highlight for our families lives - although pet owners have been known to compromise on a few things like ripped furniture, scratched flooring, pet stains and pet dander. For most pet owners, it is a small price to pay for the loyal companionship our pets give back, but for others who suffer with pet allergies, or their visitors who have allergies, it can become an issue.Tag: Clean Air
Many people believe that poor air quality resides mainly outdoors, in large cities - and that it is at an all-time high. Actually, pollution micrograms per cubic meter in many urban areas have dropped in the last handful of years due to recent environmental endeavours. What people should be looking at is the quality of air in their own homes.