Indoor Air Pollutants ~ Their Health Benefits and How to Control Them

We talk a lot about indoor air pollutants such as mold. But there are so many more that are present in your home everyday that you might not even be aware of,  that are affecting your health. Indoor air pollution is defined as the presence of one or more indoor contaminantsthat carry a certain degree of human health risk.

Since studies show that people spend 65 to 90 percent of their time indoors, (65 percent of that time is spent in thehome),  the exposure to indoor air levels may be two to five times higher than outdoor levels.

An inspection by a licensed indoor environmental company can identify if these pollutants are present in your home and provide you with a written protocol on how to reduce their effects.

Click here for a great article by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission titled "The Inside Story: A Guide to Indoor Air Quality".