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How Volatile Organic Compounds Can Affect IAQ in Your Home

How Volatile Organic Compounds Can Affect IAQ in Your Home

While you might work hard to make sure your home is shipshape and clean, there’s a lot that you can’t see with the naked eye, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These toxic chemicals can be found in a variety of liquid and solid items that are common in homes.


Check Out These Houseplants That Clean Your Air

Check Out These Houseplants That Clean Your Air | Team Bob's

Houseplants bring beauty to our homes, while their living presence can even lower blood pressure and anxiety and boost a sense of well-being. But houseplants also have yet another benefit: they can improve your indoor air quality.


How to Improve Indoor Air Quality in Different Areas of Your Home

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality in Different Areas of Your Home

Taking steps toward improving indoor air quality (IAQ) could make an immediate difference in the health of your home’s occupants. Since you breathe whatever is in the air repeatedly, taking steps to clean the air of gases and particulates result in short- and long-term benefits.


Eliminate Allergy Causing Pollutants and Stay Healthy This Winter

Allergy causing indoor pollutants can range from the simply annoying to the certifiably toxic. Many things that float around in our indoor environment belong to the category of irritants, like common buoyant dust. However, substances too small for the naked eye, such as microorganisms, as well as invisible gases and vapors, may be more harmful.


These Indoor Pollutants Can Ruin Your IAQ: Air Cleaners to the Rescue

The U.S. EPA reports that the air inside homes across the country can have some of the highest levels of indoor pollutants encountered on a daily basis. Fortunately, it’s possible to use mechanical filtration, ventilation and ultraviolet (UV) technology to minimize the harmful impact of polluted air indoors.


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