With allergens, smog, and air-borne disease floating in the atmosphere, it’s no surprise that many Americans choose to spend most of their time indoors. But did you know the quality of air in your home might be just as dangerous as the air outside out of it?
This video illustrates how a variety of scenarios can compromise the quality of indoor air. The video notes how biological threats including dust and dander can be neutralized by regularly changing air filters. The video also suggests installing a carbon monoxide detector in bedrooms.