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Dangers of Indoor Air Pollution
Allergens, Chemicals, Bacteria can accumulate in an air tight environment!
This causes even worse problems for the elderly, athsmatics, and severe allergy sufferers.
Your beautiful “clean” home could be a major source of airborne contaminates that could prevent you and your family from feeling “healthy” and “energetic”. Allergenic particles such as pollen, dust, mold spores, fungi spores, tobacco smoke, dust mites feces, pet hair and pet dander all contribute to poor indoor air quality.
Additionally, common household furnishings such as draperies, carpeting, wall-paper, paints, stains and furniture may continue to “off-gas” potentially toxic fumes for a long time after application or installation. Another health problem associated with a tight home is the relative ease by which viruses and bacteria brought into the home by one person can readily transfer to other people in the home.
Three Danger Levels of Indoor Air Pollution
The Centers For Disease Control has created the following danger level graphic to help you discover at which danger level you may find yourself, once you find your level contact us for your free air quality check!