There exist a number of seemingly innocent household materials that contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs). We’ve compiled a list of seven organic compounds found in your home below to help you protect yourself and your family against harmful VOCs. Acetone.
Fire Soot in San Diego Fire soot creates many hazards. Many of these hazards are hidden. Incomplete combustion creates many particles of carbon in the air, which ultimately result in smoke. When deposited these particulates are identified as soot. Particles
With the recent wave of fires throughout California, you may be concerned about fire-related residues deposited on HVAC interior surfaces. Some common indicators suggesting the presence of fire-related particles include: Char: Char consists of irregular shaped fragments of combusted material
VOCs, or Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), are a large group of chemicals found in many products we use to build and maintain homes. They are released or “off-gas” into the indoor air we breathe. The odors may not always be