As of September 2022, office attendance is hovering around half of what it was before the Covid-19 pandemic. This has been met with mixed reactions from workers and employers alike, with a trend toward workers wanting to remain at home and bosses wanting them back
When you think about the air quality in your home, you’re probably more focused on indoor air pollution than moisture content. However, the amount of water in the air, also known as relative humidity, can impact your health and home just as much (or more)
Keeping clothes and shoes in good shape when they are not being worn not only lets you keep your favorite items, it’s also better for the wallet and environment. A study in Norway found that most clothing is used for 4 or 5 years and
Regardless if you are an amateur cannabis grower or are trying to have the best tomatoes in your greenhouse, there is always more to learn. Indoor cultivation requires just the right amount of outdoor ecology combined with a bit of environmental control. After all, beneficial
While some of us suffer from chronic sleep problems, everyone has had trouble sleeping. Fortunately there are professionals who dedicate careers to helping people learn all the ways they can sleep better and feel better. Experts like Dr. Breus, also known as The Sleep Doctor,
Dry air can lead to a host of problems for your health and home. Chapped lips, dry skin, nosebleeds, and increased asthma and allergy symptoms can all be caused by a lack of moisture in the air. Low humidity can also lead to static electricity,
The ability to smell is one of the most powerful human senses. Because of the way your brain processes odors, different scents can evoke strong emotions or memories. They can also help you interpret your surroundings.
When you smell something, your brain uses scent cues to
Contaminants in your indoor air do not just come from pollution outside — in fact, there are many ways in which indoor air can be even more polluted than outdoors. Mold, industrial chemicals, carbon dioxide and several other pollutants can build up in closed spaces
Between all of the packing, checklists, documents and the realization that you have accumulated way too many things, moving is incredibly stressful — especially if you are doing so in addition to buying a new home.
With all of these concerns to work through, air quality
How do HVAC systems work?
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are made up of different components that all work together to keep your home at a specific temperature. Some of these components are easily visible, while others may be hidden in walls, ceilings, attics