Houseplants That Help Prevent Allergies

Diana Waldeck Uncategorized

Allergy sufferers rejoice! If you suffer from allergies you know that means itchy eyes, coughing and sneezing. But this year you don’t have to succumb to the symptoms. Find out how you can fight back by placing a few houseplants around your home. Peace Lily: it’ll add a sense of decor and create an ambiance in any room and this plant will help keep allergic reactions to a minimum. Bamboo Palm: this plant requires a bit of maintenance, but it’s …

10 Aromatic Houseplants That Will Make Your Home Smell Fantastic

brad Going Green, Plants

Here at HEP, our main goal is to improve the quality of life for our customers, our friends, and our families. In some of our blog posts, we like to recommend ways to save money by going green, like installing efficient LED lights or solar attic fans for your roof. We’ve mentioned air quality, and how you can improve it with affordable options like houseplants. Today, we’re going to present our top 10 list of aromatic houseplants that will make …

How Plants Can Enhance Your Air Quality

brad Going Green, Plants

Back in June, we posted a blog about indoor air quality and steps you can take to improve it. If you’re looking to aggressively tackle the situation, HEP can definitely provide a variety of options – from efficient air filters all the way to units such as the Trane CleanEffects or REME HALO. For more information regarding these units, please refer to the aforementioned blog post or call HEP today to speak to one of our customer service representatives. What …

Your Home’s Air Quality – What You Should Know

brad HVAC, Uncategorized

Air quality isn’t something that most people actively think about, and it’s not always obvious that the air you’re breathing is poor quality. Because we may not immediately notice poor air quality in our homes or offices, we could all be breathing in potentially hazardous air all the time! What’s in your air? According to some estimates, the average adult breathes in around 8 liters of air per minute! And if your air quality is poor, your respiratory system is working …