Having clean air inside your home can improve the overall health and well-being of you and your loved ones. When indoor air quality is poor, you are more likely to have frequent headaches, coughing, itchy and watery eyes, and longer-lasting colds.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the long-term effects of breathing bad air can be quite serious, including lung disease and cancer. The levels of indoor air pollutants are often two to five times higher than outdoor levels. That statistic is particularly worrisome coupled with the fact that many Americans spend 90% of their time indoors.