Have you noticed any weird health problems in the past few months? Just to be clear, we’re not physicians, and we’re not talking about COVID-19. However, people have experienced respiratory troubles like chest tightness, shortness of breath, and even full-blown asthma attacks due to something that’s all too common inside many homes – poor air quality.

Sometimes poor indoor air quality can be noticed by a sense of staleness or stuffiness, with very little air movement. Even if it’s hard to tell what the quality of the air inside your home is, you might look around for common sources of poor air quality. Standing water, for example, can build up inside your air conditioner, breeding mold and other bacteria. If there’s a heavy smoker in your house, nicotine can seep into walls. If you have pets, their dander and fur can clog filters and reduce air movement in your HVAC system.

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