Indoor Air Quality Articles

How to Reduce Dust in Your Home

April 30, 2024
How to Reduce Dust in Your Home. Spring cleaning. Young mom dusting off coffee table and tidying up in living room while her toddler son watching cartoon on cellphone, sitting on sofa on background.

Keep in mind, completely eliminating or eradicating dust from your home is an impossible task. Because it is virtually everywhere in Pennsylvania, you can understand why it will always exist in your home. However, you can greatly reduce household dust levels by following some of the recommendations below.

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Video – Replace Your Air Filter

March 29, 2024
Video - Replace Your Air Filter. White text over blue background reading,

Change your HVAC filters regularly, as recommended, which is usually at least every three months. A good HEPA filter will catch the particles before they reach your lungs. There’s so much floating in the air our eyes can’t see, and changing your filter as recommended makes all the difference.

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Why You Need Whole-House Humidity Control

March 15, 2024

When indoor plumbing became more popular in the 1940s, a whole new level of comfort and convenience began for homeowners. However, with that convenience came new challenges. One of those challenges is controlling humidity levels so they remain safe and comfortable inside your home. According to HVAC.com, the ideal humidity level is between 30 percent…

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Video – Does Indoor Air Quality Affect My Pet?

October 31, 2023
Video - Does Indoor Air Quality Affect My Pet? Photo of cute puppy.

Protect your pets from indoor air pollution by changing your air filters regularly.

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What to Know About Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

September 25, 2023
What to Know About Carbon Monoxide Poisoning? Photo of a carbon monoxide detector in home.

C&C Heating & Air Conditioning has all the answers to your carbon monoxide questions. As a leading heating and cooling company here in Pennsylvania, we are committed to keeping you comfortable and safe inside your home. You can trust our team to provide you the information you need to remain safe from dangers like carbon monoxide leaks.

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