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Tips for Mold Cleanup

Administration Staff

In recent years, extreme storms throughout North America have seemed commonplace.
Mold Picture-Clean Air PlusMost recently, these terrible weather events have hit Canada and the United States particularly hard. Hurricanes and numerous other rain-heavy events have ravaged these areas which has left many residents coping with flooded basements and extremely high humidity levels.

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Breathe Easier, Sleep Easier

Administration Staff

Photo Of Dog Sharing Bed-Clean Air PlusWhen we sleep, our body uses the opportunity to recharge itself, rejuvenating its senses and restoring its energy in order to tackle another new day. Having frequent interruptions, sounds or other things disrupting our sleep can cause us to wake up tired and cranky; our days don’t go as smoothly when we’re “running on empty.” What many people don’t realize, though, is that the air we breathe while sleeping is also tremendously important and can have a major effect on the quality of sleep we achieve. 

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Toxic Chemicals are Hiding in your House Dust

Administration Staff

(CNN)When was the last time you dusted your house? Chemicals-In-Dust-Clean Air Plus

Your answer could reveal a lot about your home habits, but the findings of a new study might have everyone upping their game -- and potentially keeping wet wipes and hand sanitizer nearby at all times. Researchers at George Washington University say 45 toxic chemicals are found commonly in your house dust, with 10 of them lurking in 90% of homes across the country.

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What’s the Deal with Dust?

Administration Staff

Household Dust Image-Clean Air PlusWe’re all familiar with dust, and it seems like we fight a never-ending battle against it most of the time. When a beam of light passes through a room in just the right way, we can sometimes see dust particles floating merrily around. Oftentimes, a room that’s been unoccupied for a while will accumulate so much dust that it is visible to the naked eye

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Infant Health Tip: Improve Indoor Air Quality

Administration Staff

The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that  indoor air quality  Mom With Baby-Clean Air Plus can be 2 to 5 times worse than the air outside. While this is a health issue for everyone, it’s of special concern to parents of infants. Babies have undeveloped immune systems, making them particularly susceptible to airborne  contaminants. These contaminants may increase the likelihood of allergies or even cause asthma when they’re older. Parents can protect their children from the very start by ensuring that they breathe safe, clean air.

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