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Building Related Illness and Sick Building Syndrome

Building Related Illness and Sick Building Syndrome

Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) and Building Related Illness (BRI) are two different conditions. With SBS, a person experiences acute symptoms upon entering a building. The symptoms disappear when the person leaves the building. The symptoms don’t turn into other...
Need Help Selecting Your New Heating System?

Need Help Selecting Your New Heating System?

If you are planning to install a new heating system, there are several factors to consider. Winter temperatures in Monroe, NC can dip below 20 degrees F. You want a heater that keeps you comfortable during extreme weather. The NATE-certified technicians at Byrum...
Does Your AC Unit use R-22?

Does Your AC Unit use R-22?

Air conditioners rely on a refrigerant to provide relief when temperatures soar in Peachland, NC. The most commonly used coolant today is R-22. With federal regulations phasing out the use of R-22, many homeowners will soon have to look for an AC replacement or face...
Be Aware of the Dangers of Carbon Monoxide

Be Aware of the Dangers of Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide, also known as the silent killer is a colorless, odorless, and very toxic gas. In high enough doses, it can incapacitate and even kill within minutes. Different industries have taken various steps to address this issue, so the overall risk is low....
Duct Sealing Helps Improve Efficiency and Air Quality

Duct Sealing Helps Improve Efficiency and Air Quality

The ductwork in your Marshville, North Carolina, home is the heart and soul of your HVAC. Although it’s out of sight, it shouldn’t be out of mind. Ducts need HVAC services as much as the rest of your indoor comfort equipment. That’s why industry...
In Need of a Whole House Humidifier?

In Need of a Whole House Humidifier?

Even though you might not be able to see it, the quality of the air in your Marshville, NC home can make a huge difference. Contaminants like pet dander, pollen, dust, and even the smoke created by the combustion of your stove can have a significant effect on you,...

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