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Misconception #4: Indoor air quality is not a problem at my house.

By Brian Breer

Fri, Nov 23rd, 2012
Posted in Rushford Ask the Expert


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Brian Breer

Not true. All houses have indoor air quality problems, they just differ in severity. All houses have some problems with dust. It is usually most noticeable right after you’ve dusted or when company is coming over. In the springtime, pollen can be a big problem. And if you have pets, there’s pet hair and dander that get in your air. There are also fumes from painting, hair spray, cooking, and who knows what else. Plastic in your house is always giving off molecules as it sets up. If you have allergies, all these problems feel amplified by your sneezing and runny nose. All houses have indoor air pollution, some are just worse than others.

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