Understanding Indoor Air Pollution
Did you know that indoor air pollutants can be even more problematic than outdoor air pollution? Air pollution can be five times more concentrated inside your home than outside. Prolonged exposure to indoor air pollutants can cause headaches, nausea, heart problems, lung problems, and even cancer. Dirt, dust, mold, mildew, and radon are all causes of indoor air pollution. Watch this video for more information on the causes of indoor air pollution and tips for protecting yourself and your family.
If you or someone in your family is prone to allergies, contact an air conditioning company in St. George to learn about the products and services that can improve indoor air quality, including humidifiers, air cleaners, air purifiers, and air duct cleaning. Your air conditioning professional may also recommend replacing your air conditioner and furnace air filter to improve the air quality inside your home.