Many people suffer the effects of sick building syndrome. Yet many are unaware that they are being inflicted by this rather common problem. Sick building syndrome is the result of poor indoor air quality. Many indoor air pollutants may be present in your home or workplace. Indoor air quality (IAQ) will impact your health and how you feel. There are ways to improve indoor air quality in your home.
We’ve all experienced it. Often several times a day. And it’s not getting better. According to a recent article by Forbes businesses lose $62 billion per year because of it. Yet it continues. What am I referring to? Bad customer service. And it’s not getting better according to Forbes.
When you’ve made the decision to move forward with your home improvement project, choosing the right contractor to complete the project is one of the most important steps in the process. Most homeowners will usually gather at least 3 bids for their home improvement project, which I recommend doing. Some homeowners will base their decision on which contractor to hire solely on the lowest price.
The average home has dozens of appliances. Some of these appliances are luxury items while others are a basic necessity. Other appliances, such as the air conditioner, are a basic necessity that help to improve home comfort. Any household appliance can break down without warning. When this happens, consumers have to weigh whether to request emergency repair services or make an appointment for the appliance to be repaired at a later date.