We often think of our homes as a safe haven, free from the dirt, debris, allergens, and germs that live in the outside world. However, what many homeowners don’t know is that the quality of the air inside their homes is actually a lot worse than they’d like to believe. There are a number of factors that contribute to poor indoor air quality, and this week, we are going to be discussing them.
Of course, we are not trying to suggest that your home is a dangerous battlefield. But, it is important to be aware of the factors that contribute to reduced indoor air quality in order to help improve it. Keep reading below to learn more!