the Way to the
Future of Indoor Air Quality.
Recent studies have shown that no home is immune
to indoor air quality problems. New homes tend to
have higher concentrations of chemicals. Older
homes are breeding grounds for mold and mildew.
And all homes, no matter how clean they appear,
are contaminated with airborne bacteria, viruses,
fungi and mold. For some people, this may mean no
more than irritated eyes and sinus discomfort. For
others, particularly children, seniors and those
who suffer from allergies or asthma, the effects
may be long lasting and devastating.
According to the EPA, the air inside your home may
be up to 10 times more polluted than the air
outside. Pollutants in the air in your home can
cause aggravated allergies, asthma and other
health problems. Spray disinfectants can be
harmful to humans and household pets, too.