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If you’ve ever lived in a home that had really poor air quality, you know just how important it is to take this subject seriously. Breathing in dust particles, pet dander and mold spores can cause a host of different health issues, and it’s wise to tackle the issue of air quality now before it gets worse. When you find a reputable air quality expert to handle your needs, you can feel confident that the air you breathe is clean and airborne contaminants are not an issue.
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Household Air Pollutants & Their Sources
Several studies have determined that in many cases, the air outside your home is cleaner than the air inside. And when you factor in the amount of time most people spend inside their home, it’s easy to see how breathing the air inside your home can negatively impact your health. Some of the biggest culprits of indoor air pollution include pet dander, dust mites, smoke, radon, formaldehyde, mold and volatile organic compounds, or VOCs.
Among these impurities, radon and VOCs are likely the most dangerous. VOCs are gases that can be created from household products like air fresheners, paints, flooring and different wood products. Radon is a naturally-occurring colorless and odorless gas that has been linked to lung cancer when levels are too high, even in non-smokers. These gases can create chronic health issues, but even the lesser of the airborne evils like mold and dust can cause health issues.
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DIY Is Not Complete
Inevitably, there will be homeowners that try to clean their indoor air by themselves, but this may create more problems than it solves. You may be able to remove some of the toxins in certain parts of the house, but without professionals testing and treatment methods, you’ll never get all of it. If you try to remove contaminants from your air ducts to help improve the air quality, you may end up spreading them around the house. It’s always wise to leave your indoor air quality to experts that have the experience and equipment to produce the results you need.