What Are You Breathing In?

As our offices and homes become more efficient and “airtight,” we are saving money but also trapping airborne contaminants indoors with us and reducing our indoor air quality. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has said that the air in our homes can be up to 100 times more polluted than the air outside.

Common Indoor Air Pollutants Include:
  • Chemicals & Noxious Fumes
  • Mold & Fungus Spores
  • Dust & Pet Dander
  • Viruses & Bacteria
  • Unhealthy Levels of Humidity