New Jersey Indoor Air Quality
Environmental research discloses a surprising and disturbing factor in our health - the quality of indoor air is much more important than ever suspected. Scientists in many countries have claimed that indoor air is often two to five times more polluted than outdoor air and can be up to 1,000 times dirtier.
Every New Jersey home abounds with potential air quality risks. It is important to deal with these risks the intelligent way. The first step is to prevent the circulation of contaminants at their source. Your New Jersey home environment is unique. Indoor air quality will depend on humidity, the age of your home, the type of heating, the choice of furnishing and insulation materials, the presence of pets or smokers, and so forth. Balanced management of your whole home environment is the constructive way to healthy living. Keep aware of the risk factors and avoid them where you can.
If you have pets or allergies, you may want to consider checking into some type of air cleaner for your New Brunswick home. Electronic Air Cleaners cleans your home's air of the small size pollutants and contaminants that irritate your eyes, lungs and sinuses. MORE INFO
Besides lowering your utility bills, humidity control is very important to your health for a couple of reasons. Mold, which thrives in high humidity, is dormant or dies when the humidity is low. Dust mites also die when the humidity stays below 50%. MORE INFO
Coleman® Indoor Air Quality Products
A study conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency found that indoor air could actually be more polluted than outdoor air. Considering that most individuals spend up to 90 percent of each day indoors--more than half of that time at home--you may be experiencing indoor air pollution without even knowing it.Learn More