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Air Quality

Air Scrubber Plus Will Help You Breathe Easier All Year Long

Your home’s indoor air quality is incredibly important. However, many people don’t realize how they can improve it. Here at Entek, we strive to bring our clients the best in home air technology. And for improved indoor air quality, the Air Scrubber Plus is unmatched. Read on to learn more about the Air Scrubber Plus and its benefits. How Can My Indoor Air Make It Harder to Breathe? Indoor air can contain many pollutants and contaminants. These include dirt, pet dander, pollen, debris, allergens, chemicals, viruses, germs, odors, and toxins. When these contaminants make their way into your home, they […]

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What Are the Requirements for HVAC Technician EPA Certification?

Are you interested in becoming an HVAC technician? Or are you a customer who wants to be informed of the rules, regulations, and training any HVAC technicians have to follow? Either way, at Entek, we have the answers to your questions. Read on for more information about the requirements to receive HVAC EPA certification. What Is HVAC EPA Certification? This is a certification that is required by the federal government. Anyone who plans to maintain, repair, install, or dispose of an HVAC system and its associated machines would need to get it. These certifications are required under Section 608 of […]

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5 Reasons to Get Vent Cleaning in Vancouver WA

Can’t remember the last time the vents in your home were cleaned? You’re likely not alone. The average homeowner isn’t an HVAC system expert, so they are at risk of overlooking the maintenance services their systems desperately need. But if it’s been a while, your vents should be cleaned as soon as possible. Still not sure why this service is so important? Read on to find out more about the benefits of vent cleaning services in Vancouver, WA. 1. Vent Cleaning Will Improve the Indoor Air Quality of Your Vancouver WA Area Home Indoor air quality is something you may […]

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Can an Old House Make You Sick? Watch Out for These Problems

Our home should be our personal refuge, our shelter, a safe space. But sometimes, our homes can betray us. For instance, if you live in an older home, you may be wondering, can an old house make you sick? Whether you’ve lived in your home awhile or simply a short period of time, you should be alerted to any changes in your health. For instance, if you suffer from asthma and you’ve noticed your condition has worsened recently or you suddenly are getting really bad migraines, your body may be trying to sound the alarm that something’s wrong. The team […]

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5 Tips to Help You Manage Your Vancouver Home Humidity Level

If you’re suffering from itchy eyes, a sore throat, or dry, chapped lips, it may appear to be seasonal allergies. You might be inclined to simply chalk it up to feeling a little under the weather. But a larger, ongoing issue could be at play. If you’re experiencing any of these health issues, your indoor humidity level could be to blame. Look around for condensation on your windows or any signs of mold or mildew growth in your home. These are common indicators that your indoor humidity level could be too high. If so, we may be able to help. […]

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How to Improve the Air Quality in Your Longview WA Home

A variety of respiratory conditions and other health concerns are tied to poor air quality. Impurities and pollutants can cause allergies, aggravate conditions like asthma, and lead to shortness of breath. This is especially true during the wildfire season that plagues the state of Washington during the summer. On the other hand, there are many benefits you can reap by taking a few relatively easy steps to improve the air quality in your area. Cleaner air leads to a reduced risk of heart disease and stroke, as well as a more comfortable environment in general. And while the Longview, WA, […]

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How to Use an Air Purifier

When it comes to using an air purifier, it may seem like no trouble at all. Just turn it on and let it do its job, right? As a matter of fact, there are a number of things to keep in mind in order to use one effectively. This isn’t just a simple fan you’re using to stay cool. An air purifier is a complicated piece of machinery that works hard to remove harmful pollutants and particulate matter from your home, improving the health and well-being of you and the other residents. If you want it working at peak efficiency, […]

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Improve Your Indoor Air Quality: 7 Pollutants to Watch For

Perhaps you haven’t spent much time thinking about how to improve your indoor air quality, but it’s important all the same. Poor indoor air quality can lead to numerous health problems. You may think your itchy eyes or coughing are just seasonal allergies, but it could be a sign of air pollutants inside your home that are impacting your family’s health. The air quality experts at Entek can help you improve the indoor air quality of your home. Here are seven pollutants to watch out for and what to do if you suspect they’re lurking inside your home. 1. Asbestos […]

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Prepare Your Home for the Oregon Fire Season

The summers are getting hotter, and here in Oregon, a severe fire season has become more and more of an inevitability each year. There’s not much you can do but do your best to prepare your home, ensuring that you can get through it as safely and comfortably as possible. Especially if you live near a wooded area that is vulnerable to the yearly wildfires, you’ll need to make sure your home is prepared. There are several steps to this, which will both reduce the chances of fire reaching your home and ensure that you’re comfortable when distant fires reduce […]

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What Is HVAC EPA Certification?

Whenever you’re looking for an HVAC technician to perform some work on your furnace or air conditioner, you’ll notice that they always seem to boast of several different certifications. At least, any HVAC technician worth their salt will have multiple certifications guaranteeing that they know what they’re doing. Note that some of those certificates are required by law before the technician can work in the industry. The EPA 608 certification is one such requirement. Anyone who performs maintenance, repair, or disposal of HVAC equipment must carry such a credential. This is a United States federal law, required by Section 608 […]

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