With summer months right around the corner for Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, it is likely you will hear the phrase “it’s not the heat, it’s the humidity” in the not too distant future. When people say that, they often mean that in hot weather, the humidity plays a bigger part in making you uncomfortable…

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Everyone knows the popular seasonal rhyme, “Spring showers bring May flowers.” However those same showers coupled with rising temperatures could also be prepping your home to grow more than just flowers…. Melting snow/ice along with increased precipitation creates the perfect conditions for water intrusion which could lead to potential mold growth. With over 20 years…

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If you are searching for “Black Mold” or “Toxic Black Mold” you are most likely concerned with something you found at your property, AND after doing some preliminary research you might be on the verge of freaking out. Hopefully we caught you before getting to that point and can take our 21 years of knowledge…

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Unfortunately, as we know from the previous post,  dirty unit ventilators are very common in School Districts throughout Chester County.  We have performed cleaning in many schools in Chester County and Delaware County. In many cases, the school had a very good overall maintenance program, but did not include regular unit ventilator cleaning. In just…

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Unit Ventilator Cleaning is not only good for the health of the students and teachers as noted in the previous blogs, it has many other benefits for the School District as well. Two very important benefits include: Energy Savings Reduced equipment downtime and repair costs Energy Savings – It is amazing how even a small…

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Most schools have Air conditioning and Heating units which serve each classroom. These units are called Unit Ventilators, or abbreviated  “Univents”. They are also known as “PTAC” Units, which is an acronym for Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners . Unit ventilators are normally installed along the exterior window wall,  so that “fresh air” can be drawn…

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