Where Is the Air Filter Located? Do I Have More Than One?

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If you have recently moved, bought a new home, or decided it’s time to replace your air filter, you may be wondering where your filters are located. When you start to look for your air filter, what you thought was going to be an easy task can become quite time-consuming! That’s why it’s important to… Read more »

IAQ Tips for Pet Owners

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We all love our furry family members dearly! However, if you live with pets, there are a few things to be aware of regarding how to maintain excellent indoor air quality within your home. Here are a few tips to help keep your home healthy and pet friendly. These tips will not only keep your… Read more »

Steam Humidifier FAQs

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Clay’s Climate Control is dedicated to providing superior indoor air quality solutions and serving our customers to the highest degree. With that goal in mind, we have compiled a list of FAQs to provide you with quick answers to common questions about steam humidifiers. What is a steam humidifier? Steam humidifiers help make dry air… Read more »

House at the Shore? Here’s what you should know about Dehumidification

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If you own or rent a house in South Jersey including Egg Harbor Township, Northfield, and surrounding areas of the NJ Shore region, humidity is an important concern. Humidity in your home can cause a great amount of discomfort during the scorching heat in the summer months. Even worse, humidity in your home can also… Read more »

Can the Air in my House Make me Ill?

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People spend most of their lives inside of their homes, so clean indoor air is extremely important for everyday health. Purifying the air in your home requires a dynamic, multi-faceted approach that is unique to each household. Here at Clay’s Climate Control, we offer air purifier installations. Air purifier systems filter the air in your… Read more »

How to Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality

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The upcoming fall weather will be a welcome change from the hot summer days we’ve been experiencing, but even though we’ll finally be turning off our air conditioning systems, we still want to ensure that everyone in our community will be comfortable and healthy in their home. One of the biggest contributing factors towards comfort… Read more »