Did you know that air pollution can cause respiratory conditions, bodily irritations, illness and perhaps disease? Since the home is a closed environment, the air inside the home can be, on average five times more polluted than the air outside.
Improving your indoor air quality has significant benefits for all people, especially those who experience adverse health effects caused by indoor air pollution. Headaches, chronic fatigue, itchy skin, nervous problems, nosebleeds, allergies, asthma, or other respiratory illness could be due to the quality of the air in your home. If your home has special features such as extensive woodwork, antiques, and artwork, they all need to be protected from dirt, molds, and air that is too dry.