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Indoor Air Quality During Fires

If you have experienced a fire, you understand how noxious and irritating the smoke can be. Smoke is made up of fine particles and a complex mixture of gases produced when wood and other organic materials burn. These particles can affect the quality of your indoor air. During a fire, the fine particles found in

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Pre-Winter Furnace Checklist

Every fall, there are a few maintenance tasks you need to do around the home to prepare your furnace for winter and to protect your AC while it lies dormant. These tasks include scheduling furnace maintenance, covering the AC condenser, vacuuming the vents, and checking the carbon monoxide detector. Schedule Furnace Maintenance Your furnace needs

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The Benefits of Electrostatic Air Filters

There are many different ways to remove particles from the air that’s circulating in your home, but one of the most interesting methods is the use of electrostatic air filters. One of these can be a great investment in your indoor air quality. How Electrostatic Air Filters Work An electrostatic air filter can be sized

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The Pros and Cons of Humidity Control

When it comes to indoor comfort, most people think of temperature control only. However, the humidity of indoor air also has a huge role in your comfort. Humidity is a little more difficult to control than temperature. Fortunately, humidity control systems exist, and our experts at Mountain View Heating in Bend, OR, can install a

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How To Test Indoor Air For Mold

If you’re concerned about the possibility of having mold growing in your home, there are several steps you can take to find it and get rid of it. Mold spores can become airborne and be inhaled, causing a wide variety of health problems. If you smell mustiness in your house or see black growths in

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