Indoor Air Quality Explained
Even in the smoggiest cities, the EPA has shown that the air inside most homes is ten times more polluted that the outside air.
Homes are designed to be air-tight and as a consequence stale air, dust mites, viruses, chemicals, mold and mildew, and other irritants are trapped and circulated over and over.
Poor Indoor Air Quality can lead to worsened allergies and asthma, exposure to the cold and flu viruses, headaches, dizziness, and various other respiratory ailments.
Due to the prevalence of this issue, environmentalists coined the term IAQ or Indoor Air Quality. Homeowners should be aware of the importance of IAQ and remedies for their home.
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