man wearing gas mask depicting indoor air pollution

There are ways to enhance the indoor air quality in our homes. One of the things you need to consider is the household products that you have been using in your house. This article discusses some products that can actually contribute to the indoor air pollution inside of your house.

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man cooling herself with a fan

Experiencing high humidity levels in your home? Are you worried about the damages and health risks? If so, then it may be time for a solution. This article sums up the differences between an air conditioner and a portable dehumidifier. This way, you can decide which will work best to decrease humidity in your home.

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image of a cat and dog and indoor air quality

The bonds between pets and their owners are very rewarding. However, pets and indoor air quality may not go hand in hand if you are not careful. Hairy animals can reduce indoor air quality (IAQ), affecting the health of the home’s occupants. In this article, we share tips to avoid this problem.

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man suffering from high humidity at home

If you live in an area that has high temperatures and damp weather, you’re probably familiar with humidity-that uncomfortable, muggy, and damp feeling. Humidity outdoors is dreadful enough, but when it is inside your home, it is just awful. Keep reading if you have high humidity in your house.

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indoor air quality

There are various sources that discuss numerous myths concerning indoor air quality. However, understanding the science behind it all is the only avenue through which to separate fact from fiction. In this article, we discuss some pertinent facts about indoor air quality and the many myths that surround it.

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HVAC air filter

If you want to be a responsible homeowner, you should ensure that you have maintenance performed on your HVAC system regularly. Your system will suffer from inefficiency and will work too hard if you neglect this important task. Also, a critical task that you should never neglect is to change the filters on your HVAC system.

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indoor air quality

Your HVAC system works by first drawing air in and then forcing the conditioned air back out into the living environment. Unfortunately, the air that comes out of your HVAC system is not always clean, and it may even be a source of harmful pollutants.

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