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Recent Posts in Indoor Air Quality Category

  • How Often Do You Really Need to Change Your HVAC Filters?

    The Answer is, “It Depends.” If there’s a frequently asked question in the HVAC industry, it’s got to be, “How often should I change my filters?” These items are one of the first things our Philadelphia heating and air conditioning experts check when we go on a service call. That’s because changing them is the one thing homeowners can do to extend the life of their HVAC systems — and they’re one ...
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  • Winter Weather Means Air Quality Woes

    It’s cold outside, and it’s nice and toasty indoors. But what if that warm air is making you sick? Air quality indoors is a serious issue year-round, and it only gets worse in the winter. With these winter air quality safety tips, you can be sure that your household will stay safe and healthy. 1. Be Aware of Wood Smoke. In the winter, you’re more likely to use your wood-burning fireplace or stove ...
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  • Stay Sniffle-Free in Philly this Allergy Season

    Giannone’s Indoor Air Quality Experts Can Help Stop the Sneezes We’re finally seeing warmer temperatures here in Philadelphia, but spring isn’t good news for everyone. If you or a loved one is prone to allergies or asthma, spring can be miserable. For some people, annoying allergy symptoms like coughing, sneezing and itchy eyes are just a normal spring. For others, pollen season can mean ...
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  • Wetter isn’t Better for the Air in Your Philadelphia Home

    Giannone’s Indoor Air Quality Experts Can Cure High Humidity Woes Have you noticed a difference in the air this spring? We don’t mean warmer temperatures outside. We mean damp-feeling, clammy air inside your Philadelphia home. When humidity starts to rise outside, it can start making its effects known inside as well. High humidity inside your home is an indoor air quality issue that shouldn’t be ...
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  • Don’t Let Indoor Air Quality Make You Sick this Winter

    When you think air quality, do you just think about outdoor issues like pollen and smog? While outdoor air quality can cause real health problems, do you know that your Philadelphia home’s indoor air quality can, too? Since you spend so much time in your home every day, it’s possible that indoor air quality will have a greater impact on your health than outdoor. These problems can be even worse ...
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  • Install Your Own Carbon Monoxide Detector

    Carbon monoxide is a silent killer. Odorless and colorless, the gas isn’t easily detected without special equipment. If it begins infiltrating your home when those in your household are already asleep, no one will notice until it’s too late. In 2015 alone, 393 Americans died from carbon monoxide poisoning. It’s vital to get your furnace inspected each year, but there are also simple steps you can ...
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  • The kids are back in school, and it’s a great time for Giannone to tackle home projects

    We can tick off your to-do list in an eight-hour window Philadelphia schools are back in session. That means the kids are back to the books and out of your hair. Mornings and afternoons can still be hectic, of course, but there’s an eight-hour gap in between that means some projects you’ve been putting off all summer can now commence. Here are five things Giannone can do for you this fall now that ...
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  • Protect Your Indoor Air Quality During Allergy Season

    The month of May is Asthma Awareness Month. As the spring allergy season goes into full swing, the high pollen counts in the air make it difficult for people suffering from allergies and asthma. Your home should be a safe haven, a place to get away from the allergens outside. However, this may not always be the case. In order to maintain the freshness and purity of your indoor air supply, it is ...
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  • Regular HVAC inspections from Giannone can improve your indoor air quality

    Poor indoor air quality is a silent health hazard in many Philadelphia homes Unhealthy indoor air quality has many causes and can be a health concern in every season. Your home may have excessive humidity levels that can promote mold and mildew growth. Newer carpets and furniture, or improperly ventilated gas appliances can emit vapors called volatile organic compounds. You may be storing excess ...
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  • Indoor Air Quality & Your Health - Tips for Staying Safe

    According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), poor indoor air quality could cause serious health effects. These include allergies, asthma, cancer, heart disease, and respiratory conditions. Because most people spend a majority of their time indoors, it is important to keep your indoor air supply free of harmful particles that could cause health problems. Our team wants residents of ...
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