It seems that many families misunderstand the role of air pollution in their homes – probably because of the adage “what you can’t see won’t hurt you.”
Unfortunately, many microscopic organisms float through the air of even the cleanest homes: bacteria, pollen, dust mites, mold spores, viruses, pet dander and more.
These unseen microbes enter into your family’s eyes, ears, noses and mouths – increasing the odds of asthma, irritated extremities and illness. This is particularly dangerous in homes with elderly or infirm individuals.
Beyond becoming unhealthy, your home’s indoor air can become stale, which can affect family members’ energy levels, or overly dry or damp, which can adversely affect your home’s furniture and structure as well.
Fortunately, there are indoor air quality systems to help remedy all of these challenges.