Indoor Air Contaminants
Updated: Oct 12
Researchers are still learning about new viruses and how they survive and are transmitted, so it's always wise to take precautions to maintain a healthy, hygienic lifestyle.
Air quality has been important for MANY years now, but especially with growing concern about viruses and how they spread. So, do the most recent viruses just "float" in the air? The most recent research says, no. This article from WebMD explains in a fairly straightforward way that the danger is in the "droplets" in which the virus lives.
When we cough, sneeze or talk, we may release microscopic droplets of moisture in which the virus can be contained. That's why indoor air quality is still extremely important as pollutants, allergens, pet dander, and mold can trigger sinus reactions that create a medium in which viruses survive in the air.
Contact David today for air duct cleaning and mold removal to help keep your home "Midwest Fresh and Clean."