Air Quality

Home air quality is an important factor when it comes to the health of the family. There are many factors that can contribute to poor air quality in your home. Poor ventilation, smoking, and pets are just a few examples.
The air quality in our homes can be improved with some simple steps.
A study by the National Institute of Health found that indoor air pollution is 2-5 times worse than outdoor air pollution. This is mainly because the pollutants in our homes are not diluted by outside winds and are more concentrated due to heating and cooking.
The main sources of pollutants in the home are:
– Household cleaning products, paints, varnishes, lacquers, insecticides, and other chemical products;
– Cigarette smoke;
– Fabric softener sheets;
– Radon gas from the ground beneath your house.

Smart Thermostats

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