No matter the year, allergy season is always a dreaded event. In the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, however, allergy season becomes a little more complex. According to the CDC(1), allergies and COVID-19 have many similar symptoms which can make them difficult to discern, including: cough, difficulty breathing, fatigue, headache, sore throat, congestion, and runny
“Out of sight, out of mind.” That’s how it is with ductwork. Since people rarely see the inside of their air ducts, they don’t think about what could possibly be lurking inside. How dirty can they get? They’re sealed, aren’t they? You can get a basic idea of the cleanliness of your ductwork by opening
One of the major disadvantages when it comes to central air conditioning is the ductwork. According to the U.S. EPA, the average duct system loses around 20% to 30% of its air to holes and leaks in the ductwork. If your ducts are located in the basement, attic, or other unconditioned areas of the home,
We don’t realize how many allergens and contaminants we’re breathing when we’re indoors. Although it may seem easier and healthier to breathe inside, our indoor environments can contain pollutant levels many times greater than the levels outdoors. It seems counter-intuitive. You may be thinking—shouldn’t the outdoors be dirtier? I keep my home clean. How could
It’s no surprise that energy bills go up during heavy use months (summer and winter). But if your utility bills are unusually high and the home never seems to get comfortable, you could have a problem with your air ducts. Ducts that to move air to and from your central HVAC system are notoriously inefficient.
Spring has already sprung and today is World Health Day 2017. In light of these two events, Service Champions is offering this Spring Cleaning Guide to improve your indoor air quality (IAQ) and your overall health and wellbeing. IAQ refers to the quality and health of the air inside your indoor spaces. It is related
Designed for comfort and energy efficiency, our signature PureFlow™ Duct System is your answer to poor indoor air quality and high utility bills. The meaning of the term “PureFlow” can be found when you examine each of its components in isolation. The first word “pure” comes from Service Champions’ commitment to offering the freshest, cleanest,