When homeowners consider their indoor comfort, they often think about the temperature of their home, and maybe even the efficiency of their HVAC system. These are important factors to consider. However, an often overlooked aspect of indoor comfort is the quality of the indoor air.
According to an article from WebMD, your indoor air quality could actually be worse than the outdoor air quality, especially in the spring. Without proper filtration, you are exposing yourself and your family to contaminants such as dirt, pollen, pet dander, and even pollutants like mold, bacteria, smoke, and car exhaust.