The Environmental Protection Agency lists poor indoor air quality as the fourth largest environmental threat to our country. Poor indoor air quality can cause dry eyes, nasal congestion, headaches, fatigue, and contribute to infections, asthma, and lung cancer. Common indoor air pollutants include radon, molds, pet dander, pollen, lead dust, and asbestos and are all threats to a person’s health. Aside from health concerns, poor indoor air quality can also result in structural rot in the walls, window condensation, peeling paint, back-drafting appliances, damp floors, musty odors and mold growth.
According to the American Lung Association, controlling the source of pollutants and appropriate ventilation can help indoor air quality. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help make your home air safer for you and your family.