How Do Pets Affect Indoor Air Quality?
Having a pet can be a great addition for many families. In fact, three out of five households in the U.S. have pets and most of those pets are dogs and cats. While these furry friends bring joy and companionship to your home, they also bring allergens that can negatively affect your indoor air quality. […]
Should I Get an Air Quality Test for My Home?
Indoor air quality is not always a top concern for individuals unless they suffer from asthma or allergies. Yet, according to the EPA, indoor air can be 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air. Due to this statistic, as well as an increased concern since the pandemic, having your indoor air quality tested can give you peace of mind…
5 Tips for Better Indoor Air Quality
As a homeowner, you are likely concerned about rising heat costs and are taking the necessary precautions, such as eliminating window drafts and improving insulation, to ensure your heat stays indoors. And while the energy-saving benefits of eliminating drafts and insulating your home are apparent, these necessary and important home improvements may be impacting your home’s overall air quality. Luckily, there are easy ways to improve your home’s air quality and keep your family safe and healthy, no matter the season.