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When most people think of indoor air, they are thinking of comfort. The heating and cooling affects of the air. However there is more to air quality than that. A recent study of 10,000 American households across the county revealed that 96% of homes had at least one type of Indoor Air Quality issue. These contaminates included volatile organic compounds (VOC), carbon monoxide, radon, tobacco smoke, pollen, dander, bacteria, and fungus to name a few.
There are threes ways to improve IAQ:
You and your family deserve a clean and healthy home environment. So do yourself a favor and reduce circulating the three elements in the chart to the left and improve your homes heating and cooling efficiency.