The EPA has listed indoor air quality as one of top five environmental dangers to public health. The reason: in their tests, they found that most homes have pollution levels that are 2 to 5 times worse than the outdoor air. And many are 100 times worse.
Since the average human spends 70-90% of their time indoors, this is a big deal.
Poor air quality has already been linked to respiratory problems, aggravated allergies and asthma symptoms, cardiovascular disease and other health problems.
Learn more about your home’s indoor air quality.