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Air pollutants inside the home

Keep the air inside your home clean and healthy with fresh air from outside.

11 Indoor Air Pollutants

The air inside your home contains pollutants from everyday activities:

  • People and their activities: cooking, bathing, cleaning
  • Volatile organic compounds: chemicals release from household cleaners and products like paint, upholstery, carpeting and plastics
  • Pets
  • Dust mites

It’s also pretty moist. A family of four can produce the equivalent of 22-30 pounds of moisture per day from normal activities. To avoid mold, mildew and odors, moisture should be removed with adequate ventilation.

Opening skylights open in combination with vertical windows helps release indoor air pollutants and bring in fresh, clean air to keep your home a healthy, pleasant place to live.

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