Improve your home’s indoor air quality

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Proactively addressing potential air quality issues can result in cleaner air and more comfortable living. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Family Features Special to Valley News As Americans continue to spend more time at home, it’s important to support the health and comfort of those living spaces. Regularly cleaning and disinfecting surfaces is an important step, but one often overlooked aspect of a home’s health and comfort is its air quality. Proactively addressing potential air quality issues can result in cleaner air and more comfortable living. There are multiple factors that may affect your home’s air quality. Indoor particulate matter consists of the visible and invisible airborne particles in the air that can enter the nose and lungs, some triggering allergies, asthma and other potential health problems. Carbon monoxide, sometimes called the “silent killer,” is a colorless, odorless gas that
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