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Even newer homes can be at risk for unhealthy indoor air due to more air-tight construction techniques and materials that can trap pollutants inside.
Poor air quality indoors can worsen health conditions such as allergies and asthma, and adversely affect children, the elderly, pregnant women or anyone with chronic respiratory issues.
Your home's indoor air quality (IAQ) is made up of six different factors: particle allergens, volatile organic compounds, temperature, carbon dioxide, relative humidity and carbon monoxide.
By improving the quality of the air inside your home, you can help keep dry skin and cracked wood furniture at bay, decrease the viruses and bacteria that can circulate throughout your home and enjoy more customized home comfort.