Should I Be Concerned With Indoor Air Quality?

Environmental Protection Agency studies have shown that the air inside our homes and workplaces is often 10-100 times more polluted than outside air. Harmful airborne pollutants such as dust, pollen, mold, viruses, bacteria, pet dander, carpet fibers, and second-hand smoke are constantly being recirculated and inhaled while indoors. According to the EPA, a person breathes in 2 teaspoons of these pollutants each day. This can result in harmful health conditions such as allergies, asthma and other respiratory problems.