Category: Home Humidity

Is Your HVAC System Ready for Warm Weather?

The season of ice cream, beach trips and turning up the AC, summer is here, and each year the average household spends a little over $2,000 on energy bills. If you’re looking to reduce these costs while keeping cool, here are a couple tips to make sure your HVAC system in shape during the summer… Read more »

The Dangers of Mold in Your Home

As we approach the Fall season, the weather starts to get colder and moisture tends to gather in your home. With moisture in the air, you can experience mold growth throughout your basement and attic. With that being said, the only way to solve the problem is to hire a professional home inspection service like Center… Read more »

How to Keep Moisture Out During the Colder Months

moisture build-up on windowsill

The winter is a tricky time, especially for moisture in your home. Moisture can build up in your home for several different reasons. We may like to hang dry our clothes during the warmer months outside, but in the colder months, we’d rather hang them in the house. This can cause dampness and moisture in… Read more »

Crawl Space Encapsulation Can Help Control Moisture Issues

You may not give much thought to your crawl space from day to day, but neglecting moisture issues in this space can have a serious impact on the air quality in your home. Did you know that roughly 50% of the air in a household can flow up from a crawl space? Fortunately, crawl space… Read more »

Are Your Old Windows Starting to Fog? Here’s Why

Have you noticed that the some of the windows in your home are fogging up for no discernible reason? You may have tried to wipe down the interior and exterior of the windows, only to find that your efforts have little or no effect. This persistent fog can make it difficult to see out of… Read more »

Persistent Allergy Symptoms Can be Signs of Household Mold

During the spring, it’s not uncommon for people to exhibit seasonal allergy symptoms caused by pollen exposure from blooming flowers. If you find these allergy symptoms persist all year round, however, they could be caused by the presence of mold in your home. This is especially likely if you find that your allergy symptoms get… Read more »