Getting the right humidity at home is a vital part of staying comfortable. A home that’s too humid can make you feel clammy, while a home that’s not humid enough can feel scratchy and dry. Health Canada recommends keeping your humidity between 30% and 55%—but what exactly does this mean and how can you do […]
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Condensation on windows is annoying. You throw open the curtains, ready to face the day, and you’re greeted with water droplets blocking your view. You might think, what’s the big deal? I’ll just wipe the window. But condensation can be more than just an inconvenience—it can signify bigger problems in your home. In this article, […]
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Humidity is one of those things that’s hard to get just right in Alberta. Constantly changing temperatures and our frigid winters can leave you feeling dry. But being the most comfortable inside your home can be accomplished with a whole-home humidifier. Proper humidity does more than just make you feel comfortable. There are legitimate health […]
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Air quality is probably something you only think about when you’re outside. From smoke to particulate matter, the weather team tells you daily how the air quality is doing and whether you need to consider staying indoors. But how do you make sure the air quality inside your home is adequate? Whether it’s the springtime […]
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Do us a favour: take a second to breathe in and breathe out. Did you notice any odd smells or tastes? Or do you see tiny particles floating in the air as they pass through sunlight? If you do, it may interest you to improve your indoor air quality (IAQ). A lot of us don’t […]
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