The popularity of aromatherapy candles has risen in recent years, and while the jury is still out on their health benefits, the verdict is definitely in about their effects on air conditioning installation. Scientists have recently discovered that burning candles can be linked to low levels of indoor air quality (IAQ) because they emit pollutants like benzene, styrene and toluene. Some imported candles have even been found to contain lead in… Continue Reading
Scorching temperatures aren’t the only thing you need to keep an eye out for in the summer—there’s also the problem of high humidity levels. Problems with humidity can range from annoying to potentially life-threatening. While indoor humidity is responsible for that sticky feeling on your skin, it can also lead to the spread of mold and bacteria, which can cause a host of health-related problems.