How Hoarding Contributes To Poor Indoor Air Quality

As we pointed in a blog last month, it’s best to become a neat freak in order to improve your home’s indoor air quality. Dust, vacuum, mop, wipe – all of these practices will help you to breathe a little easier. We admit, however, that being neat and tidy is a lot...

What Are The Best Ways To Prevent Mould Growth In Our Homes?

Most of us think of mould as that mossy, green stuff that grows on our food when it’s gone bad. And while it only makes sense to toss out such food as it’s no longer safe for consumption, the presence of mould in our homes can present dangers even when it isn’t eaten....