Keep Your Home Healthy This Winter

by Blogburger on January 12, 2013

If the belching smokestack near your home worries you and you never leave the house without checking the air-quality index, here’s an eye-opener: There may be two to five times more air pollution inside your home than outside. And that’s with some of the windows open. Shut them tight during winter and contaminants get trapped, making your air quality potentially 100 times worse than that of the outside air. Here’s what top experts suggest you do to fight air pollution from the inside. 7 Days, 7 Ways To An Organized You Check Your Detection Devices Carbon monoxide and smoke detectors should be installed in a central hallway on each level of your home as well as in the basement, and a…
WN.com – Health News

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