More than one study suggests that the quality of the air you breathe inside your home may be several times worse than the quality of the air outside of it. This fact surprises many people because they think that four walls and a roof will keep them safe from outside pollutants. The problem is many more pollutants originate and are in more substantial concentrations inside of your home. Before you run down to your local superstore and buy a tent to live in, there are some things you can do to combat this indoor air quality problem in your home, and it all starts with selecting the correct type of heating system.
The primary goal for your home is to combine good insulation and energy efficiency with excellent air quality; it is the latter that many people neglect. It makes one wonder why breathing good air should be … continue reading