5 Common Activities That Could Be Affecting the Air Quality Inside Your Home
When we think about air pollution, most of us probably consider the quality of the air outside our homes. But indoor air pollution is finally gaining more attention. In addition to the outdoor pollution that makes its way into our homes through open windows or the front door, other factors (like the off-gassing of chemicals from paints or home decor products) can also influence indoor air quality. Fortunately, there are a few simple ways we can change our habits and shop smarter to improve indoor air quality. For starters, check for mold, track indoor humidity levels, and consider investing in an air purifier. Then, be mindful of the five everyday activities listed below.