Common Contaminants That May Be Affecting Your Home’s Air Quality
Most of us spend up to 90% of our time indoors. As a result, your home’s indoor air quality has a sizable effect on your family’s health. There are many common contaminants that can affect your home’s air quality, such as:
- Particle Allergens (like dust, pet dander, pollen)
- Bioaerosols and Microorganisms (such as cold and flu viruses)
- Carbon dioxide (can cause stuffy rooms)
- Odors / Chemical Vapors (like cooking smells, pet odors, cleaning products, and /or fumes from solvents and paints)
Without adequate indoor air circulation, these pollutants can build up over time, leading to poor indoor air quality.
We offer several products, including a selection of whole-house air filtration systems, and services to help improve your indoor air quality, leading to better health and a lower instance of allergy flare-ups in sensitive individuals.