The average person spends about 90% of the time indoors, making indoor air quality a critical factor in one’s health and comfort. If you’re concerned about the contaminants your family could be breathing in, it’s time to talk to an HVAC tech about air cleaners and purifiers. You can hear about some of the most common indoor air contaminants when you watch this featured video.
Mold is among the most common contaminants, as it can proliferate rapidly in buildings with high humidity levels or water damage. The average home may also contain airborne bacteria, allergens like pollen and dust mites, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).