Do you know how many breaths you take a day? About 20,000, and most of them are taken indoors. Broan-NuTone and Kelton completed a national survey that revealed 9 out of 10 homeowners realize poor indoor air quality can cause health problems, but only 25% of Americans were actually concerned about the air quality in their homes.
What are home owners concerned about?
Someone breaking in and bugs/insects were of the major concerns, and lastly things like pet dander and dust mites. We spend 90% of our time indoors, our home should be a sanctuary of the cleanest air possible. Sadly, homeowners overlook the warning signs of poor air quality in their homes. Most homeowners do not associate allergies, lingering food odors and foggy bathrooms with poor air.
Indoor air quality solutions are available
At Green Air Technology, we strive to make sure our customers are educated about the dangers of poor indoor air quality. A free consultation can provide homeowners much valuable information and will help us determine if an air quality test is required. We can also provide suggestions on improving air-flow through better ventilation, regular cleaning schedules and more. As the survey revealed, there is a serious in-balance when it comes to homeowners who recognize poor air can cause health problems, and the percentage that are concerned enough to take action. Remember, you do have options when it comes to improving your indoor air quality!