Breathe Easier and Be More Comfortable
Most homeowners pay attention to the temperature of their home, constantly adjusting the thermostat for their comfort. Yet they ignore one major factor that can affect their comfort – air quality. So if you have allergies, are always coughing or just uncomfortable in your home, you may need air filtration, humidification and/or purification.
Why you should pay attention to your home's air quality
- Most homes have very unhealthy levels of indoor air pollution – According to the EPA, indoor air pollution is a big concern because most people spend 80-90% of their time indoors.
- The problem is worse in energy-efficient homes – Air-tight homes mean better energy efficiency but worse air quality as the home gets less fresh air from the outside.
- Minnesota's winters can make the situation even worse – You can improve your indoor air quality by openining doors and windows to let in fresh air. But because of our cold winters, that doesn't happen very often.
- Humidity can affect your comfort – Do you have dry skin? Frequent bloody noses? Does your asthma get worse inside? These can be signs your home's humidity level is not correct.
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