Posted by: Katherine Harvey
With the rise of industrialization and urbanization, air quality has become an ever-growing concern across the world. Outside, emissions from manufacturing plants, automobiles and other manmade sources have contributed to small but significant changes in the chemical composition of the air in many developed and developing regions. However, air quality is not just an outdoor issue, your indoor air quality is likely significantly worse than the outdoor air quality. Indoors, a number of factors can contribute to poor air quality, which can in turn contribute to a number of human health issues. In this guide, our experts at 1-800-anytyme discuss indoor quality — how it’s affected and contaminated, the risks it can pose to your health, and steps property owners can take to mitigate that risk. We use also provide information on our very own professional indoor air quality services available to homes and businesses in the greater San Diego, CA area. Read on to learn more, and contact our team today!