indoor air pollution causes

One easy way to enhance your home’s safety and cleanliness is to improve your indoor air quality. Some household items you use may actually be decreasing the quality of the air you breathe. This article discusses what household products might cause indoor air quality issues and what you can do to improve IAQ.

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image of a cat and dog with dander and indoor air quality

Cats and dogs give people comfort and companionship. However, there is a downside of having furry animals inside the home such as lowering the IAQ or indoor air quality. Thankfully, there are things you can do to mitigate this issue. In this article, we share some tips you can follow.

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image of a family in a room with a humidifier

Many people have to deal with dry indoor air during the winter. Even though dry air doesn’t seem like a very serious issue, it isn’t a harmless one either. In this article, we discuss the impact of dry, its effect on indoor air quality, and some practical ways to resolve this problem.

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indoor air quality and pollutants

If you are like most property owners, you probably regard air pollution as something that occurs outside. You may think that the brown or gray smog hanging over the horizon doesn’t resemble the air inside your house. However, research has indicated that indoor air quality is sometimes as much as five times worse than the quality of certain outdoor air. Click through to read more on this topic.

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homeowner improving their indoor air quality in shrewsbury new jersey

During the winter, stale air tends to circulate in the home. This can lead to worsened air quality as we strive to keep warm. In this article, we will detail various techniques that make it easier to have better indoor air quality during the winter. Click through to read more.

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