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Interior Remodeling

Spring is in the air and with allergy season here, it's a great time to think about improving your indoor air quality.  But outdoor conditions may not be the only reasons you're sniffling and sneezing.

The EPA has named indoor air pollution as one of the top five environmental risks to...

Allergy Relief: 10 Tips to Breathe Easy at Home
This year's allergy season? Nothing to sneeze at. The long, cold winter kept trees dormant for longer than usual, which means tree pollen season will overlap with grass pollen and mold seasons. For those with multiple...
Banish Excessive Home Dampness with the Leviton Humidity Sensor and Fan Control

Worried about condensation leading to mold and mildew in high-humidity areas of your home, such as your bathroom or basement? You can manage humidity levels and gain peace of mind with the Leviton Humidity Sensor and Fan Control.

This device automatically detects excess humidity in a room...

Identifying Mold

A professional mold inspector can be very helpful if conducted correctly, but an increasing awareness of the dangers of mold has likewise increased the number of so-called "professional mold testers" who don't understand the relationship between contaminants found in the air or dust and the...

Air Quality

Bad smells in the home can certainly be caused by mold, but it's not the only source. There are several surprising causes of poor indoor air quality, and luckily, they’re usually cheap to correct. Before you get worked up over the possibility of an expensive and intensive mold remediation,...

Bathroom Cleaning
Your cozy home may be your refuge, but did you know that many of the things in your house can make you sick? As homes have been tightened for improved energy efficiency, the residential indoor air quality has suffered. Today, the air quality inside a home can actually be even more polluted...