How to Improve Air Quality Indoors
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the quality of air in some homes in the U.S. are actually dirtier compared to outdoor air. But what really is alarming to know is that the EPA isn’t comparing it with outdoor air quality in rural neighborhoods, but on industrialized areas. So, if you’re thinking you’re totally safe and breathing clean air inside your home, think again.
Yes, it’s true that there are so many different types of air pollutants that you’re either producing or inviting inside your home, but the good news is that you have what it takes to improve indoor air quality and make sure everyone is breathing healthy. This article will give you some tips on how to do that.
1 – Put in the effort to open your windows from time to time.
Opening your windows will not just invite fresh air …