The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) considers indoor air pollution one of our main public health concerns. This is because indoor air is a prime carrier of contaminants such as animal dander, dust, chemicals, mold, and bacteria. Most indoor air is circulated by the ventilation systems in HVAC systems. These HVAC systems are normally designed to filter large particles and can leave microscopic bacteria, gases, and chemical contaminants in circulation. If your ventilation system malfunctions, this will have a direct and immediate impact on your air quality.

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