Tag Archive | Indoor Air Quality

Are Your Ducts In A Row??

Are Your Ducts In A Row??

Have you been hearing about the importance of clean air in your home but aren’t sure how to achieve it for your exact situation?  The BELOMAN is here to help.  With help from an Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) expert it may be determined that an air duct cleaning is the perfect solution.  The following below are 5 […]

How To: Safely Freshen Your Home Without Harmful Air Fresheners

How To: Safely Freshen Your Home Without Harmful Air Fresheners

Have you ever wondered what you’re really spraying into the air when your grab the nearest aerosol can with flowers or fresh linen on it? Turns out while these air fresheners do mask odors for a temporary time, they do actually have harmful components to them.  Instead of using air fresheners to temporarily mask odors […]

Alleviate Your Allergies With These 5 Quick HVAC Tips!

Are you experiencing that pesky summer cold? Have your allergies started to spike? Did you know that the air in your home can be 10x more polluted than outdoor pollutants?  To help your family begin breathing cleaner air, we’ve come up with a list of 5 quick tips to alleviate your allergies in YOUR home.  […]

Is The Air In My Home Clean?

Is The Air In My Home Clean?

Have you been hearing how contaminated your indoor air quality could be? Are you wanting to have an Indoor Air Quality Analysis performed on your home, but don’t know what it entails?  The BEL-O Man is here to help!  Did you know your indoor air can be 2-5 times  more contaminated than the air outdoors? If […]

3 Ways to Childproof Your Registers

Childproofing your home is crucial! As parents it’s important to know how to keep your family safe from all angles…including the registers in your home. Here are 3 simple ways to ensure the registers in your home are secure: Secure your registers: If your child is lifting registers and throwing objects into the register it can […]

Is the air your breathing dirtier than a chicken coop?

Fact: 54% of people tested positive for at least one of the 10 most common respiratory allergens. These include dust mites, perennial rye, short ragweed, German cockroach, Bermuda grass, cat dander, Russian thistle, white oak, alternaria alternate fungus, and peanuts. – National Institute of Health In today’s world of eco-friendly and organic products, we tend […]