It’s common knowledge that indoor and outdoor air is not pure: Things like pollen, dust and gases are buoyed by the air and can cause problems if you suffer from allergies or are susceptible to other respiratory issues. The best way to address air pollution as a homeowner is to identify what’s lurking in your indoor air. You can’t purify outdoor air, but you can make your home a haven from problematic pollutants. Here’s how: Continue reading
If you suffer from allergies or asthma, you probably pay attention to pollen counts and other outdoor air quality measurements. But what about the air inside your home? Many people think that the air in their home is safer or cleaner than it is outside, but indoor air quality can actually be worse than outdoor air.
Indoor air quality can be affected by a number of factors that most people don’t think about on a daily basis: Continue reading