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Beating Dry Air In Your Boise Home With An In-Home Humidifier

BryantMuch of southwestern Idaho is considered a “cold desert,” meaning that it has hot summers and cold winters. In addition, this means that naturally the area is very dry. What this entails for people like you and I is that the air contains very little moisture (low humidity), which leads to problems such as increased dust in the home, dry, itchy skin, dried out nasal passages, and persistent coughing. Problems associated with low humidity levels aren’t limited to your health, as dry air can also lead to cracked furniture, wood floors, and paint.


Boise Indoor Air Quality Concerns: Pollution In Your Home

Air QualityWe are all aware of the studies and statistics that detail the quality of air we breath. So often the Internet fills up with warnings of pollution levels and encouragement to stay indoors. Articles are produced that detail the numerous health risks of breathing in certain chemicals, pollutants, and contaminants, which naturally cause any sensible person to worry about the quality of their own air. Fortunately, advances in technology have allowed developers to create proper air quality monitors that help to increase awareness and educate homeowners.


Boise Water Quality Spotlight: Fluoride, Chlorine, Heavy Metals & Chemicals

Water is water right? Not really. There are major differences between water found in a stream (and many kitchen sinks!) and water that has been properly treated. For example, tap water contains unmeasured amounts of fluoride, chlorine, heavy metals, chemicals and medicines. A fear of the unknown is especially justified in this situation, since so many homeowners use tap water for all sorts of purposes in the house, such as cooking, cleaning, and bathing. To break down the harmful effects of tap water even more, here is what each bad component of water does:


Boise Anti Scale Technology For The Water In Your Home

One of the easiest ways to keep cool and beat the summer heat is to drink lots of water. BUT! Before everybody gives in to the temptation to drink from the sprinklers, let’s take a moment to think about the quality of water. Much of the water used by homes hasn’t been put through ideal purification systems. Without proper treatment, drinking water can contain unwanted chemicals, gasses, contaminants, and solids, AKA things people shouldn’t be drinking, and sprinkler water may be the guiltiest water source of them all.


Blood Drive

Did you know that every 2 seconds someone needs blood, and on average giving blood usually takes 12 minutes or less? Take the time to save a life by donating blood at our Summer Blood Drive on June 2nd from 2-7pm! Call Max to schedule a time slot at 208-472-5639. The blood drive will be held at our offices at 119 E. 42nd Street in Boise.


TIP from a Tech - AC System Tune-up for Summer

You may not be aware of this, but your air conditioning unit needs a little love and attention from time to time. That way it can return the favor by keeping your home cool and comfortable all summer long. The best way to remind your system that you haven’t forgotten about it is to schedule an AC system tune-up with an HVAC certified tech.

In conducting a tune-up, the technician visits your home and performs a complete air conditioning system checklist, ensuring optimal performance. After all systems have been checked and tested, a final analysis can be produced to fully educate you on your air conditioning situation. A comprehensive tune-up before the summer season hits full stride has some important benefits for your home, including:

  • Extending the life of your current system.
  • Preventing the potential need for expensive, more serious repairs down the road.
  • Improving system efficiency, lowering energy bills and improving air quality.
  • Identifying any current issues so they can be corrected.

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