6 Facts About Indoor Air Quality—And How to Improve It

Indoor Air Quality Facts To Improve Your Health

EPA research has proven that the air inside your home contains five to ten times more pollutants than the outside air. Poor air quality is one of the most common irritants for allergies, asthma, and chronic respiratory infections. In addition to the physical aspects of poor indoor air quality, bad indoor air quality can also cause emotional issues like poor mood and temperament.

We take a fresh breath of clean air for granted. Fresh air renews and invigorates our bodies and removes toxins from our blood.

6 Facts About Indoor Air Quality—And How to Improve ItThe Facts About Indoor Air Quality

Ninety percent of our time is spent indoors. Keeping the air inside our home should be a top priority. The following statistics are quite disturbing, but it will help you understand why it is important to keep the air inside your home clean.

Without any of these statistics, it is a great idea to be proactive and protect your indoor air quality as best you can. This is especially true when it comes to the Texas Gulf Coast. The Houston Metro Area is surrounded by industry and manufacturing known to contaminate our air quality.

For the same reason you would not drink standing water in a mud puddle, you don’t want to breathe in polluted air.

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