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HVAC Contractors East Lansing MI

HVAC contractors will install units and help with any heating and cooling needs or repairs. Check your state’s licensing laws to be sure you get the most qualified and accurate contractor assistance. For more information on HVAC contractors, check the listings below.

Expert Air Heating & Cooling
(800) 420-3881
2607 Eaton Rapids Rd
Lansing, MI

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American Envirosales Corp
(517) 627-8532
109 E Lincoln St Grand Ledge
Grand Ledge, MI
 
Town & Country Plbg & Htg Inc
(517) 651-2724
10419 S Upton Rd
Bath , MI
 
G L S Htg & A/C
(517) 655-1981
123 N Cedar St
Williamston , MI
 
Aire Serv of Mid-Michigan
(517) 627-4822
620 N Clinton St
Grand Ledge , MI
 
Alpine Independent Manager
(517) 882-6832
Lansing
Lansing, MI
 
Green Synergy
(517) 484-4486
1009 S. Washington Ave
Lansing , MI
 
Oasis Mechanical
(517) 749-4402
520 N Deerfield Ave
Lansing , MI
 
Frankes Heating & Cooling
(517) 316-6405
117 W Main St
Dewitt , MI
 
Stahl & Sons Inc
(517) 663-4102
322 Hamman Dr
Eaton Rapids , MI
 
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Air Ventilation and Purification

Air Ventilation

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: air ventilation
by Laurel Rapp

Have you ever stepped into someone's basement and picked up on that musty, moldy smell?   Have you ever been in a room without quality air circulation that hasn't been dusted in awhile? For those of us with dust and mold-related allergies, these situations can be agonizing and embarrassing.  Even for those without such sensitivities, a poorly ventilated area is immediately detectable. 

For the sake of your own health and those around you, it's important to assess your home ventilation system and made improvements accordingly.

Oh the Toxins
We breathe in a large variety of pollutants every day, including:

  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Washing and cooking moisture
  • Volatile cleaner compounds
  • Dust mites
  • Mold particles
  • Dead human skin

Although we can't avoid breathing in pollutants while we're out and about, we shouldn't have to when we're at home.

 

Saving on Energy, Cost, and Health

For many, hiding inside your home with the air conditioning at full blast provides relief from those hot, lazy dog days of summer.   The problem with cranking the AC to the max is a financial, environmental, and health problem. 

According to the American Lighting Association, replacing your AC with a high-powered house fan can reduce your energy bills by 40% in the summer.  This same house fan can also contribute to a much he...

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