Poor indoor air quality is a major problem in this country. Studies show that the air quality inside of a building is often about 3-5 times worse than the air quality outdoors. That’s because allergens and irritants can just recirculate around your home as you run your heating and air conditioning systems, never really getting the chance to vent from the structure.
Homeowners have to invest in better indoor air quality if they want to see improvements, but it’s worth it. Better indoor air quality means less coughing and sneezing, reduced illnesses, and peace of mind for you and your family.