Barron Heating AC Electrical & Plumbing Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Indoor Air Quality’

How to Prepare Your Home Against Wildfire Smoke

Monday, June 12th, 2023

Your indoor air quality is important when you think about dust, dander, and debris, but you may not have planned ahead for wildfire smoke. It’s a serious health risk to everyone it affects despite the degree.

To plan ahead, you need the right systems installed. Let’s talk about what you can do to defend your home and your family against wildfire smoke.

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Who to Turn to for Essential Services in Northwest Washington

Monday, November 30th, 2020
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COVID has hit our area hard this year, and we will feel the impact for some time to come. Residents of Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish, Island and San Juan County will spend more and more time in their homes over the coming weeks. And we want homeowners to know, we’re here for you! For your essential services like HVAC, indoor air quality, electrical, and plumbing, turn to Team Barron.

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Check Out Our Blog for Advice on All Things HVAC and Plumbing

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

Be sure to bookmark the Barron Heating AC Electrical & Plumbing blog to start learning the ins and outs of HVAC and Plumbing.

We’ll regularly post energy saving tips, how-to’s on troubleshooting your systems, and breakdowns on even the most complex industry related terms and concepts.

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Improving Indoor Air Quality

Saturday, June 25th, 2016

We all know about how stack effect works in homes, but during presentations, I’m always surprised by how many hands are raised in response to the question: “How many of you think you can make a house too tight and cause problems with indoor air quality?” Generally, at least three-quarters of the room raises their hands. Really? My colleague Joe Kuonen says that getting a house so tight that you need to ventilate is a feat worth celebrating. “Now, we can get fresh air from a place we can trust,” he says. Where do most of our homes get their fresh air? From places we cannot trust, like crawl spaces.

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