During the long Canadian winter, homeowners often forget just how humid the summer months can be. Not only does the weather outside become humid, but areas in your home may be prone to extra humidity as well.
Near the end of summer, allergies strike again for some, often leading a few weeks into the Fall season. This Fall, it is predicted that allergens in the Mississauga air are at moderate to high levels. The culprit? Ragweed pollen! Over the next few weeks, allergy sufferers will look for any relief from Ragweed and other outdoor allergens.
Pollution is something that occurs outside, yes. But did you know that indoor air pollution can be worse than the pollution that exists outside? This is especially true during the summer months. All of the pollution that your energy-efficient, perfectly sealed windows keep out, are the same agents that can keep all those pollutants inside.
You can’t see them, but indoor allergens are everywhere.
You may not realize it, but many of your daily activities impact the air inside your home.