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Indoor Air Quality

Man removing a ceiling vent screen
February 6, 2019 Doug Hoffman

Will “Dead” Mold Hurt Your Building Patrons?

Health and Safety

Is dead mold dangerous or harmful? Also, what is dead mold? How do I identify it? Learn the basics here.

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carpet in an office setting
December 31, 2018 Brad Hoare

Vacuuming: A Key to Clean Indoor Air Quality

Carpets

The right vacuuming tools and a solid floor care strategy can improve overall health for building occupants.

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photo of a ceiling vent
October 16, 2018 Doug Hoffman

Look UP! You May be Housing Airborne Contaminants

Infection Control

Your indoor air contamination may be coming from your vents. Learn how to clear up the mess and prevent future IAQ issues.

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Photo of the inside of a dryer drum
October 8, 2018 Dave Lavalle

The Spin on Dryer Safety

Health and Safety

Most dryer fires are caused by lint buildup. Practice vent maintenance to keep your dryer’s vent system free of blockages and prevent overheating.

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Vectair | News, Case Studies, and More
September 26, 2018 Sponsored by Vectair Systems

Vectair | News, Case Studies, and More

Restrooms

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Improve Indoor Air Quality in Schools with Better Vacuuming
July 12, 2018 Sponsored by Sanitaire

Improve Indoor Air Quality in Schools with Better Vacuuming

Carpets

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Vacuum attachments for high dusting
April 25, 2018 Sponsored by ProTeam

Four New High Dusting Kits from ProTeam

Facility Management

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Harvard Maintenance Cleans for Health and Wellness
April 25, 2018 Sponsored by ProTeam

Harvard Maintenance Cleans for Health and Wellness

Health and Safety

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April 16, 2018

Protecting a Valuable Asset: Carpet

Carpets

Keeping carpet looking fresh is challenging, but sometimes we make it more complicated than it needs to be. These tips from the pros can help out both you and your facility.

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Main cleaning out air duct with a brush
April 13, 2018 Robert Schuman

Three Solutions to Eliminate Excessive Dust

Health and Safety

Excessive dust is not typical. If you see a layer of dust settle on surfaces shortly after you finish cleaning, chances are good that one of three factors is responsible: dirty HVAC systems, leaky ducts, or dusty floors.

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Woman in an office holding her nose
January 3, 2018 Larry Lawton

Odor Elimination Tips for Homes and Facilities

Facility Management

For your facility, business, or home to be healthy as well as smell clean and fresh, it is essential that the source of odors be identified and removed.

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Chemical spill
December 13, 2017 Michael Shannon Sr.

Chemical Spill Cleanup

Health and Safety

Chemical spills can contribute to slips, falls, and other hazardous conditions. Learn to mitigate these risks with safer cleanup options.

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