When the weather forecast talks about air quality being impacted by wildfires or pollen, you are likely to hear the advice to stay indoors. The fact of the matter is, Americans are already indoors the vast majority of the time. But what if the indoor air quality in your home is also lower than you’d like?
Newer homes are more airtight than construction used to be, and this is great for energy efficiency. But it also means that if something is compromising your indoor air quality, you’re pretty much stuck with it. Or you could consider the possibility that a whole house air purifier might be the perfect choice for you.