The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has put a lot of time and research into figuring out how Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) effects our health. With some studies showing people spending well over 60% of their time inside their home, the air quality should be important to all of us, not just the EPA.
As we explored the website, we came across a very interactive and informative program that shows some of the areas, common to most homes, that may be diminishing your home’s IAQ. Instead of reinventing the wheel and because we love finding good information to share with you.
Click the button below to see the house for yourself, but make sure to come back because we have some more for you below.
What Do I Do Now?
As you looked through the different areas of the house one or more of the areas may have reminded you of your home. If that did happen you may have asked yourself, what can I do about that? How can I improve the air quality in my home?
There are several solutions, many unique and specific to the problems you are experiencing. To start we encourage you to take a look at our Indoor Air Quality Solutions by clicking the button below.
If you see a solution that looks like it might solve a problem in your home call us. We’d love to explain all the benefits to you. You also can shoot us an email and Ryan will respond to you quickly.
Phone: (262) 728-1655