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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.

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3 Telling Signs Your Home's Ductwork Needs a CleaningOver time, household dust, pollen and other debris can accumulate in your Calgary home's ductwork, potentially lowering the efficiency of your HVAC system and reducing your indoor air quality. Ductwork cleaning may be beneficial to your household, especially if you have family members that suffer from asthma, allergies or respiratory problems.

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Increase Indoor Air Quality with These Essential TipsIf you're like most people, your home is a special place where you can relax and enjoy time with family and friends. However, you may not be aware that there could be unseen dangers lurking around your home, including deadly gases, toxic substances and harmful bacteria.

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Can UV Lights Really Help Eliminate Furnace Smells? Ultraviolet (UV) lights placed inside your furnace and ductwork can stop odors caused by your forced-air heating system. Mold isn't a pleasant thing to smell, and what it can do to your home if grown unchecked can be expensive to repair.

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Important Warning Signs Your Gas Furnace Needs RepairSafe, reliable service is what you expect from your gas furnace, but this isn't always what you get when you turn your thermostat up on a cold morning. Here are some important warning signs your gas furnace needs a repair. If you call for expert help as soon as you notice a problem, you can save some money and reduce the amount of time you're without heat.

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Combat These Indoor Allergy Triggers with an Air Purification SystemAir purification systems work behind the scenes to improve indoor air quality (IAQ) and to ease allergy symptoms caused by common indoor respiratory irritants. Purifying your indoor air can benefit everyone in your home, while increasing the comfort of sensitive family members.

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Discover the Importance of Cleaning Your Home's Air DuctsDuct cleaning isn’t the silver bullet of HVAC maintenance and indoor air quality that some service providers might have you believe. However, there are some key benefits to getting your ducts professionally cleaned.

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Easy Ways to Prevent Mineral Buildup in Your Humidifier As your furnace heats your home during the winter, it removes moisture, which can make indoor air feel dry. Moreover, heated air expands, causing relative humidity to fall. This creates dry indoor conditions that cause many uncomfortable and unhealthful side effects, such as dry skin and sinus passages, itchy eyes, sore throat and painful static-electric shocks.

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Winter Allergies Affect Many Canadian Homeowners — How to Prevent ThemMany Calgary residents consider fall and spring to be the seasons when allergy symptoms get worse. Winter, however, can be equally bad for people with certain allergies, such as dust, pet dander and mold, due to decreased ventilation indoors and less time spent outdoors.

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With fall just around the corner, now is a good time to consider a seasonal duct cleaning for your HVAC system. Since indoor air pollution is often worse than outdoor air, contaminants such as dust, pet dander and mold can lower indoor air quality (IAQ) while building up on all parts of your HVAC system.

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Keep Your Home's Indoor Air Quality High with These Air Cleaning SuggestionsThe air quality inside your home is almost always lower than the quality of the outdoor air. Indoor air that is of a low quality can cause sore throats, asthma, allergies, eye irritations, colds, flu, dizziness, fatigue and depression.

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