Sloan Service Company, Inc. Blog: Archive for the ‘Indoor Air Quality’ Category

Reduce Mold With Our Help

Monday, October 26th, 2020
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If you open your cupboard or fridge and notice food that has started to grow mold on it, you know this is a problem. Thankfully, you can throw out moldy food. But what happens if mold appears in other parts of your home, such as the walls or within the ductwork? You can’t throw out your ducts or a whole wall in the home!

If you are struggling with mold growth in your house, we want you to know that you can turn to us for help. We can assess your home’s needs and provide you with a great solution that addresses the problem at its core.

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How an Air Purifier Helps You

Monday, June 8th, 2020
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If you were talking to someone about a place you might be visiting and they told you that the air in your destination might be rife with bacteria and mold, what would you do? It is likely that you’d back out of the trip. This is a great example of how important indoor air quality is.

With that said, it is common knowledge that an air filter isn’t going to be enough to filter out some of those contaminants. That is why we provide services for air purifiers in Apex, NC. But what are air purifiers and what do they do? We can help answer those questions.

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Improve Your Comfort with an ERV System

Monday, February 3rd, 2020
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We live in North Carolina, so when someone brings up the idea of humidity the first thought that comes to mind is trying to do everything possible escape it. The levels of moisture in the air in our state can often make it feel as if you are swimming from place to place, especially during the height of summer, and uncomfortable is describing this weather pattern lightly.

But what if humidity could help your comfort?

We know, it is a strange idea. Like we said, most of the people in our state spend a lot of time trying to get rid of the humidity in their homes. So why would you ever want to bring more in?

Because it can, in fact, boost your comfort. Specifically, when you are heating your home, humidity can make a big difference in how warm your home gets and for how long. And you can balance out your home humidity level with the help of an Energy Recovery Ventilator.

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