Indoor air quality simply means the quality of your home’s air—and as you may have guessed, the higher the quality of your indoor air, the better. Poor indoor air quality can be caused by a variety of factors. As a homeowner, it’s important to understand what can have both positive and negative effects on your home’s air quality.
As Americans, we tend to spend most of our time indoors, so it’s crucial to pay attention to the quality of the air we are breathing while in these spaces. Since indoor air is, in effect, a closed system, indoor pollutants can accumulate quickly, and quickly cause problems. Read on to find out more.
Why Indoor Air Quality Matters
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