About Damien

Damien McCusker, Manager of Arpi's residential service division, has been working in the HVAC industry for 16 years and has hands-on experience in new home installations, furnace and air conditioner replacements, sales and residential service. He spends most of his spare time being an UBER driver, driving his kids to soccer practice and games.

IAQ - Indoor Air Quality

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Phil Laprairie

arpis 10.24.13Everyone wants to have clean air in their homes but without proper testing it’s hard to know what pollutants might be circulating through your house. Three of the most common indoor air pollutants are carbon monoxide, radon and mildew and mold.

Fortunately there are ways to test for each pollutant listed above.

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Phil Laprairie

10.02.13Natural convection will circulate air slowly, but isn’t enough alone if you want good, consistent air circulation to all parts of your house. A mechanical ventilation system is a combination of fans and ducts that provide good airflow year round.

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Phil Laprairie

Why UV Lights Are a Bright IdeaImproving your home’s air quality shouldn’t be an afterthought, but rather a priority. If you’re trying to develop a good strategy, including UV lights in that strategy will help ensure success. Let’s take a look at how these high-intensity lights can help clean your home’s air.

Attacking microorganisms where it hurts

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Phil Laprairie

Improve Your Indoor Air Quality by Adding These Extras to Your HVACYour home’s indoor air quality can really suffer in the summertime when the house is airtight. Fortunately, there are ways to improve indoor air quality by adding some extras to your HVAC system.

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Phil Laprairie

All About UV Lights and Indoor Air QualityWith all the microorganisms floating around, it may sometimes be difficult to achieve good indoor air quality, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. If used properly, UV lights can provide you with relief from some pollutants.

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Phil Laprairie

Whether pollen, moulds, dust or some other pollutant present in spring triggers your allergies, or those of a family member, now’s the time to develop a strategy to boost indoor air quality.

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Phil Laprairie

Electronic Air Cleaners: Giving Indoor Air Quality A ChargeEnergy-efficient, R-2000 Standards for homeowners greatly improve energy consumption and lower energy costs. However, an airtight home has a negative consequence, namely decreased indoor air quality.

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Phil Laprairie

Research conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency shows that the air inside your home can be up to five times or sometimes even 100 times more polluted than air outside. Selecting an Air-Purification System for your home will help prevent a vast number of unhealthful pollutants from affecting you and your family.

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Phil Laprairie

Multiple factors influence the amount of dust that exists in the home, degrading indoor air quality. It’s impossible to improve the state of air inside your home by eliminating dust.

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