The air in your home may seem clean to the naked eye, but is it really? The truth is that most times the air in a home is actually worse and unhealthier than the air outside. This is because with today’s modern building practices, homes are built tighter to increase the efficiency of HVAC systems.
This is great for your air conditioner or heater, but not so much for your indoor air quality. There’s good news, however! There are a number of indoor air quality products and services on the market today that can considerably improve the quality of your indoor air. Keep reading to learn more.