The air inside your home plays an important role in how comfortable you are and, in some cases, how healthy you feel, too. This is why having good indoor air quality is pretty important.
Let’s be clear though, just because your home isn’t filled with smoke or smog doesn’t mean that it has good indoor air quality. Your indoor air quality is impacted by factors such as dust, pollen, humidity or lack thereof, and even how much fresh air you have access to.
One way to help improve your indoor air quality is through the use of air filtration systems. If you don’t already know about the ins and outs of whole-house air filtration, we can provide some helpful facts to help you learn a bit more about their potential benefits.