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Ideal Humidity Levels to Avoid Getting Sick

When you think about the ways you can contract a virus, what comes to mind? For many people, it’s the things we touch. Light switches, door knobs, railings, and other surfaces. Homeowners around Los Angeles are working hard to keep items we touch sanitized (including us!). But preventing illness requires more than just hand sanitizer. […]

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  • Should i get my home’s air ducts cleaned?

    In recent years, many companies have begun to offer air duct cleaning as a part of the overall clea

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  • The Importance of Regular HVAC Maintenance

    Your HVAC is an important part of your home. Keeping your house warm in the winter and cool in the

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  • Reasons to replace your attic insulation

    Attic insulation replacement is vital in older homes, as insulation wears with age. Failure to repl

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    Most of us don’t really consider the indoor heating or cooling system as dangerous. The systems a

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  • Should I be concerned about carbon monoxide in my home?

    The short answer is YES! You should be very concerned about carbon monoxide in your home. If there

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