Expert Advice on Improving Your Home

PFAS in Drinking Water — Why You Should Be Concerned 

The EPA has lowered the acceptable amount of PFAS in drinking water. Learn more about these forever chemicals and how you can limit your exposure.
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Why You Should Use Cleaning Products with No VOCs

(DepositPhotos) It’s more important than ever to clean and disinfect your home to prevent the spread of germs and viruses.
Air conditioner condenser units

Why You Need Fresh Air Inside Your Home — And AC Won’t Provide It

You may not know this, but while your heating and cooling system is capable of removing dust, it can't get rid of smoke, pollutants or VOCs.
Kitchen range hood

The Correct Way to Ventilate Bathrooms and Kitchens

Airflow and proper ventilation are vital to healthy indoor air, and the kitchen and bath are the best places to start.
Danny Lipford shows the selection of air conditioner filters available for purchase

How to Choose Air Conditioner Filters

How well your central heating and cooling system cleans the air largely depends on your air conditioner filters. Here's how to judge their quality.
Over the range microwave went vent pipe concealed with cabinet-grade plywood.

How to Install a Microwave with External Venting

Does an over-the-range microwave need to be vented? Yes, if you want clean air after cooking! Here's how to install a microwave vent duct.

How to Properly Vent a Bathroom Exhaust Fan in an Attic

Venting a bathroom exhaust fan into your attic is never a good idea — here are three better options.

Best Houseplants to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Some tropical houseplants can remove other harmful chemicals, such as Formaldehyde, from the air inside your home. Read on to find out more about houseplants that can improve the air quality in your home or office.
Kitchen range hood vented outside.

Why You Need a Vented Range Hood

Watch this video to find out about the importance of having and using a kitchen range hood that’s vented to the outside to take heat, moisture, and pollutants from cooking out of your home.