The home is a safe place, or so people would love to think, especially in terms of air quality. All this time people are being especially careful to avoid outdoor pollutants, such as dust, pollens, or vehicle exhaust gases. Unfortunately, sometimes the air inside your house can be more polluted than the air outside.
Poor indoor air quality can carry health consequences, such as a headache, fatigue, cold, and throat infection. If this situation is not handled, a person can even develop asthma due to repeated exposure. Aside from health problems, the warning signs of less than acceptable indoor air quality include mold growth, unpleasant smells, and a humid living space.
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