An imbalance of moisture in your home, along with pollutants, can cause dizziness, headaches, and other illnesses. In addition, they can contribute to allergy and asthma problems for anybody living in your home. The existence of mold, dust mites, dirt, dander, pollen, bacteria, chemicals, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, second-hand smoke, and more will greatly impact, in a negative fashion, the indoor air quality (IAQ) in your home. Sometimes you will notice symptoms rather quickly, but other adverse health problems through exposure to these pollutants may take years to notice. Multiple public health reports and studies have proven that poor IAQ within the home leads to allergies, asthma, and numerous other health problems.
Indoor Air QualityStuart Gregor2020-11-28T18:51:31-06:00