With the new normal of social distancing, many people are spending more time in their homes. While this is a reprieve from the non stop hustle being always on the go, it has overextended the productivity of many of our home systems , breeding new environmental challenges to our home ecology. The presence of more allergens, underline toxins from cleaning products and indirect residual effects of outdoor contaminants lay unchecked in many of our living spaces. How can we begin to make our homes more inviting to wholistic living and environmentally conscious? Getting the the root of the matter is easier than you think. This is where Home Air Check comes in.
AAFA’s Core Policies for Protecting Students’ Asthma and Allergy Health Specific to School Environment. — Read on homeaircheck.com/2019/09/23/15-states-that-made-the-aafas-indoor-air-quality-honor-roll/
Improving Your Home’s Health – Home Air Check — Read on homeaircheck.com/2019/11/11/improving-your-homes-health/
The study examines the impact 3D printers can have on indoor air quality (IAQ) and respiratory health. — Read on homeaircheck.com/2019/12/31/3d-printers-can-negatively-impact-indoor-air-quality/
Check out this blog post from The makers of Home Air Check. They take a look at how smell affects the air quality where many people spend a lot of time.
First, you have to deal with all the potential sources of the bad smell in your home, and here is a list of the most odor objects in households.
— Read on homeaircheck.com/2020/01/07/your-house-can-smell-good-too/