The thought of breathing polluted air is alarming, but what’s really scary is that the air in your home may be worse than that found outside your door. The reason: most houses are built airtight these days, with little ventilation, so pollutants are trapped inside and some can even multiply. So what can you do to minimize indoor air pollution?
First, get a handle on what’s contaminating your indoor air quality. Among the most common pollutants:
The means for dealing with these substances will differ, but following are some tips to help you control them.
For more information on how to minimize indoor air pollution, contact Tempco Heating and Air Conditioning. We’ve provided our Chicagoland customers with excellent service since 1992.