Why Indoor Air Quality Matters


Did you know indoor air is 2-5x more polluted than outdoor air?

When the average person spends almost 90% of their time indoors,

that’s a major health hazard.

Sources of poor indoor air quality include

household chemicals,

particulates from furniture and building supplies,

mold from excess moisture,

malfunctioning household appliances,

and poor ventilation.

How can you improve the air in your home?

Be aware of the chemicals you use in your house,

keep the air filters in your HVAC systems clean,

and consider a whole-house ventilation system for your home.

Start improving your home’s air quality today!


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