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Indoor Air Quality Articles

Why Is Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Important?

August 14, 2020
Living Room

Do you know the importance of your home’s indoor air quality? Our team wants you to know the risks of indoor air pollution.

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Leaky Ducts and You

April 17, 2020
Leaky Duct

Though it’s a hidden element in your home, ductwork is crucial to your home comfort. It’s the system by which warm or cool air circulates throughout your home. And all your conditioned air, whether it’s warmed or cooled, has to travel through these ducts. As such, it’s essential to have a well-maintained duct system in…

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COVID-19 Protocol

April 8, 2020
Pond's Logo, We are open and ready to help!

Call Us At (801) 872-7545 We have always made the comfort and safety of the community our top priority. This holds true now, more than ever.  As an essential business, we are remaining open to assist customers like you when you need us most.  Our team is aware of the Centers for Disease Control and…

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The Problem With Clogged Air Filters

March 9, 2020
Clogged Air Filter

Busy careers, bustling families, engrossing hobbies, and overwhelming responsibilities keep most people busy day in and day out. It’s understandable why worrying about the air filter in your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is probably way down at the bottom of the priority list.  However, our team at Pond’s Plumbing, Heating & AC…

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Video – Replace Your Air Filter

September 27, 2019

Change your North Salt Lake HVAC filters regularly, as recommended, which is usually at least every three months. A good HEPA filter will catch the particles before they reach your lungs. There’s so much floating in the air our eyes can’t see, and changing your filter as recommended makes all the difference. Pond’s Plumbing offers…

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Humidity in Your Home

September 4, 2018
misted night window, city lights blurred

High indoor humidity can be hard to control. Often people use their air conditioners to remove moisture from their home since this happens as a by-product of cooling. However dehumidification is not the primary purpose of and air conditioner. An air conditioner runs off of a thermostat which only senses temperature not humidity levels. When…

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