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  • What You Need to Know About Indoor Air Quality

    Poor air quality in your home can affect the health of your family, especially those with asthma or allergies. Whether it’s due to improper circulation or pollution from dust, smoke, mold or carbon monoxide, poor air quality can be dangerous.

    Moisture buildup in your heating and cooling system could be a breeding ground for mold, bacteria, fungi and other contaminates – and your system could be spreading them throughout your home.

    Immediate health problems might include irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat, headaches, dizziness, and fatigue. Long-term problems from repeated periods of exposure to indoor pollutants can include some respiratory diseases, heart disease, and even cancer.