National Indoor Air Quality Awareness Month Resources
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With Americans spending 90% of their time indoors, it is important to ensure proper ventilation. By opening your windows to let the outside air in, you can help reduce airborne contaminants, including viruses, in your home. #NationalIndoorAirQualityMonth
During this #NationalIndoorAirQualityMonth, take a few small steps to reduce indoor air pollution & improve the quality of the air you breathe. Changing filters & vacuuming more regularly are a few easy ways to creating a healthy home. Get more tips here: https://iaqa.org/consumer-resources/5-easy-tips-to-get-a-healthy-home/
When was the last time you changed your air filter? If you can’t remember, take advantage of #NationalIndoorAirQualityMonth by heading over to your local store to pick one up! Regularly changing your home’s air filter ensures cleaner, fresher and healthier air.
Did you know that infants and young children exposed to mold in the home have an increased risk of developing asthma by the age of 7? That is why it is important to try and keep your home mold free. Make sure to fix leaks early and increase ventilation by running the exhaust fans in the bathrooms and kitchens. Learn more: https://iaqa.org/consumer-resources/mold-keep-it-out-of-your-home/
Infants & children exposed to mold in the home have an increased risk of developing asthma by age 7. Try to keep your home mold free: fix leaks & run exhaust fans in your bathrooms & kitchen to increase ventilation. More info https://iaqa.org/consumer-resources/mold-keep-it-out-of-your-home/
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Be sure to use the official hashtag, #NationalIndoorAirQualityMonth
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