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Why Air Conditioners Could Cause Some Real Problems in the Future

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As the summer continues to bring us hot, humid days, most people are thanking the heavens for the cool relief of air conditioning. However, as the earth continues to get warmer, we may start see some repercussions from our air conditioning use. Here, our geothermal installation experts share an article from Earther that sheds some light on the future.

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The HVAC Circulation of Thirdhand Smoke and Why Indoor Air Quality Is Essential

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Because we spend most of our time indoors, indoor air quality is an important part of keeping your home happy and healthy. While smoke and secondhand smoke can easily compromise the quality of your air, did you know thirdhand smoke can also be a culprit? In an article by NBC News, researchers found that HVAC systems can actually pick up and circulate lingering particles from thirdhand smoke.

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China Is Working to Go Green…

Some people don’t realize that the heat stored in the Earth can actually be harvested and used as a source of power. Doing so can not only cut down on the use of fossil fuels, but it can also cut down on the amount of emissions being produced.

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What a World Powered by Renewable Energy Could Look Like

At Timothy Off, we’re always fascinated by new and continued developments in the renewable energy world and we do our best to keep our carbon footprint down. (Just look at our geothermal heating and cooling service!) Recently, we discovered an article by Kendra Pierre-Louis that discusses the possibility of a world that relies solely on renewable energy. We thought we’d share.

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The Top 3 Benefits of an Air Scrubber System

Most of our time is spent indoors – especially in our homes, so indoor air quality is extremely important. If your home is full of dust, dirt, and other particles, it means you and your family are constantly inhaling them as they circulate through your HVAC unit.

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The Link Between Indoor Air Quality and Asthma

When it comes to air quality, you probably just think about the air outdoors. But the air indoors can actually be much more polluted and therefore, worse to breathe. Indoor air that contains dust, dirt, pollen, and other debris can actually worsen symptoms of those with asthma.

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On Indoor Air Quality and Your Asthma…

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If you suffer from asthma, you know how much outdoor pollutants like pollen and grasses can trigger a shortness of breath, coughing, chest tightness, and more. But did you also know that indoor air pollutants can do the same thing? If the quality of your indoor air isn’t very good, you could be making life more difficult than it needs to be.

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