Category: General Info

Improving Your Home’s Air Quality

Is the air in your home making you sick?

It can be as innocuous as a persistent cough, rash or headache. But, for the very young, the elderly and those with respiratory disease, the effects of indoor air contamination can be far more serious. The very air you breathe could be affecting the comfort and health of your family. Recognizing the symptoms of poor air quality is the first step toward fixing the problem. Bad air can be the cause any of the following symptoms:

  • fatigue
  • headaches
  • cold or flu symptoms such as coughing, congestion and sneezing
  • redness or irritation of the eyes
  • irritation of the nose or throat
  • dry, chapped or irritated skin
  • allergies
  • asthma attacks

Your home may have bad air if you or your family continuously experience any of these indicators, primarily when spending time at home.