The short answer to this is “yes,” but we promise to elaborate more below.
When you think about the quality of the air you breathe, chances are you’re thinking about the air outside, and contaminants that can be in it such as allergens, mold, and more. But the fact of the matter is, without the right indoor air quality solutions, the quality of your indoor air can actually be worse than that of outdoors.
And since the average American spends 90% of their time indoors, that’s a problem. It’s especially problematic if anyone in your household suffers from allergies, asthma, or any other type of respiratory condition. The reason most homes suffer from this poor indoor air quality is because they’re built with efficiency in mind—airtight. This is great news for your HVAC systems, but not so much for your overall health.