Indoor air pollution comprises both pollution that originates indoors and pollution that comes in through the windows from outside. Industrial gases, chemicals and vehicle emissions are some common types of outdoor pollution.
Indoor pollutions such as radon and formaldehyde are very dangerous, but other, more common substances also pose serious threats. Particles found in smoke, either from tobacco use or from cooking, can be very bad for respiratory function, and may likely cause cancers.
Keeping your indoor air clean starts with keeping your duct and air systems clean. As the video explains, simply closing your windows will help protect you from outdoor pollution, but indoor pollution often requires concerted cleaning efforts. Visit the website of Rusk Heating & Cooling today, or call us at (859) 431-4040 to find out more about our duct cleaning services.