You wouldn’t drink a glass of dirty water, so why would you take in a lung full of polluted air? The simple answer, of course, is that much of the pollution in your home is invisible. However, if you could see the gas, odors, volatile organic compounds, and viruses present in your air, you’d hesitate before taking another breath.
We spend 90 percent of our time indoors breathing air that’s more polluted than the air outside. It’s time we fix that.
Here, we’re answering your frequently asked questions regarding indoor air quality and how to improve it.
How Often Should I Change My Air Filter?
How often you should replace the air filter in your HVAC unit depends on several factors, including: