For most of us, we spent at least three quarters of our lives indoors. While it’s nice to be able to create private spaces to feel safe and comfortable in stormy weather, living indoors is not without its dangers. Biggest among these dangers is the poor quality of air we (mostly) unknowingly breathe in, day after day.
It’s difficult to detect and impossible to see the many pollutants that are often present in indoor air. That’s why we need …Read More