Download your Santa Fe Indoor Air Quality Guide to learn steps you can take to improve your family’s environment.
– Caroline Blazovsky, Healthy Home Expert
– Chip Wade, Contractor and DIY expert
Excess moisture in crawl spaces and basements often migrates to the upper levels of the home through stack effect. Basically, whatever air is below the house is also inside the house.
EPA reports health problems associated with poor indoor air quality include eye irritation, headaches and allergies.*
Mold and other triggers of asthma thrive in humid home environments.
Besides causing allergies, mold produces harmful chemicals such as Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and mycotoxins.
*As reported by the Environmental Protection Agency.
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