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Poor indoor air quality represents a serious threat to the health of you and your family. Homes and businesses have many sources of pollution that reduce the quality of air that you breathe. Let’s explore some of the more common threats to indoor air quality in Opelika, AL.

Biological Contaminants

Dust, pet dander, dust mites, viruses, bacteria, spores and mouse droppings are all substances that reduce the quality of the air inside of your home. Regardless of how much you clean, you will never rid your home of these pollutants completely. An indoor air filtration system can help remove those that you cannot see or reach.

Chemical Pollutants

Homes are filled with vapor from carpets, paint, cleaning products and air fresheners. These products can contain volatile organic chemicals that can harm your lungs. Of course, secondhand smoke is one of the worst threats to indoor air quality.

Your Home Itself

Your home itself can be a source of indoor air pollution. Depending on the area of the country where you live, you could have radon in your home, which has been linked to long term lung illness. Other sources of pollutants that you might have in your home include asbestos, lead-based paint, mercury in paints or formaldehyde.

Appliances and Heating Systems

You also might have carbon monoxide from the furnace or cooking appliances. Unvented appliances can also produce nitrogen dioxide. Using nonstick pans can also emit harmful gases.

This is only a short list of the many different sources of air pollution that you have in and around your home. Some of them you can control while others you cannot. Protecting the health of your family is important.

Call Indoor Solutions to learn about a range of services and products to help improve your air quality and keep your family safe. One of the ways we can help you improve your indoor air quality is by installing a UV light air purification system in your home. These systems use UV light to kill the pathogens trapped by the air filter so that they don’t circulate throughout your home.

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