Indoor Air Quality


Have you considered what affects the air you breathe?

People spend up to 90% of their day indoors.

Let's look at a few factors that affect indoor air quality.

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Fans, open windows, and internal heating and ventilation systems

Indoor ventilation can be on the ceiling, walls, or floor

The type of cooking fuel (e.g. gas and electricity) and the frequency of cooking

Outdoor dust is brought indoors on your clothes, on shoes, and by pets


Asthma is a mild to severe respiratory illness that hinders the ability to breathe and affects many people worldwide. Airborne contaminants and allergens can aggravate asthma, causing attacks.


Allergens can be outside influences that cause the body's immune system to negatively react. Dust, pollen, dander, and pet hair can all be allergens to humans.

Airborne microorganisms

You aren't the only thing living in your house! Many microorganisms live within indoor air, and some, like bacteria, interact with humans and their pets.

Exposure to carcinogens

Have you heard of a radon test? Radon is a radioactive element that can be found in the soil beneath your home, and it is one cause for carcinogens, or cancer-causing material, found within indoor air.