What many homeowners in our area don’t realize is that, without the right indoor air quality solutions in place, your indoor air can actually be worse than that of outdoors. That is, it can be unhealthy to breathe. This is particularly true if you have a home that was built in the last few decades. Modern construction has allowed for highly energy-efficient spaces that help your air conditioner and heating systems work as effectively as possible but, unfortunately, leave no opportunities for indoor air to escape out, and
This is great news for your energy bills, but you could very well be sacrificing healthy indoor air to get there. Especially if you or a family member has allergies or asthma. Things like dust, dirt, pollen, pet dander and other allergens can get trapped inside with you and make even the healthiest person suffer.