Sources of Indoor Air Pollution: Outdoor Air

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Indoor air contaminants can come from many sources.

Air from the outside becomes indoor air, bringing in dust and exhausts from traffic. Another important factor to consider is that there are also industrially produced contaminants that are local to the area. These can include emissions from wood burning stoves or oil or gas furnaces and urban/agricultural pesticides.

At certain times, pollens and molds can be brought in as well. Without intervention inside the house such as the best filtration you can have or afford, the indoor air can only be as good as the outdoor air.

The good news is that there are always solutions to these types of problems. There are many different types of air filtration systems available. Some have advantages over others, some use electricity and some do not.

If you are interested in upgrading the air filtration system for your home or office, and if you are in the Toronto area, then please call us at City Duct Cleaning Inc. We are always very up to date on all the current models of filtration products and we can certainly help you to decide which would be best for your situation or specific needs.


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