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We spend a lot of time indoors. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency estimates the average American spends 90% of their life indoors. Does anyone suddenly have the urge to go for a longwalk?
Additionally, our homes are becoming better insulated and sealed with less air infiltration—which is great for our energy bills but not so much for our indoor air quality.
The thought of breathing in pollutants can be scary, but the truth is indoor air pollution is common and simply unavoidable. The good news is there are ways you can easily improve the air quality of your home.
Here are five tips to help you breathe a little easier.
Taking simple steps to purify indoor air can improve health and overall quality of life. With a little effort, you can improve the indoor air quality of your home and breathe a bit easier.