What To Do If A Rodent Dies In Your Ductwork
While it’s common for homeowners to discover a rat, mouse or other small rodent has died in their ductwork, it’s not a pleasant experience. Often it will leave you with a horrible smell and mess to clean up. Even though the animal died in your ductwork, the smell will likely seep into your home and cause your entire house to smell. In the event this happens in your home, you likely...Continue Reading
Improving Indoor Air Quality During Allergy Season
According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, more than 50-million Americans have experienced various types of allergies each year. These allergies are the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the U.S. Here are the leading causes of these illnesses.Continue Reading
Indoor Air Quality
This fall has been one of the worst for air quality in our nation’s history. Fires on the west coast have caused several states to post air quality advisories to limit outdoor activity. COVID-19 has caused people around the world to worry about air quality issues while indoors. And now flu season is here!!! Bad indoor air quality in Georgia can be an even bigger issue in the fall for...Continue Reading
Can an HVAC Duct Spread COVID-19 in Offices, Stores, Schools and Homes?
A possible COVID-19 super-spreader on the loose isn’t even human. It’s heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system. As of writing this newsletter, Georgia is 4th in the nation in COVID-19 cases. In Georgia and elsewhere, air-conditioning systems might be spreading airborne infections when people gather indoors to escape the summer heat.Continue Reading