Improve the Air Quality in Your Home
By Pierre Mouchette | Bits-n-Pieces
Did you know indoor air can be worse than outdoor air, and allergies, asthma, and other respiratory problems are linked to poor indoor air quality and pollutants?
Indoor air quality problems include odors, stale or stuffy air, excessive humidity, or lack of air movement. You may have a problem or potential if you see mold or mildew, damaged flue pipes or chimneys, dirty or faulty heating, venting, and air conditioning systems. Additional signs are health symptoms. i.e., Suppose you have consistent allergies, stuffy nose, headaches, sinus issues, or coughs and feel noticeably better when outside. In that case, you might have what is known as sick building syndrome (when the building’s environment makes you sick).
You can control and manage the air quality in your home! You can implement the following suggestions to improve air quality in your home.
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