Did you know that May is National Clean Air Month? According to studies by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), poor indoor air quality can lead to adverse health effects such as lung cancer and pneumonia. Indoor air pollutants have also increased in recent years with wider usage of chemical-based cleaners, paints, self-care products, insecticides and more.
Fortunately, there are several ways you can counter these influences and create a healthier home for you and your family. In STOP Restoration's infographic below, we've outlined five economical measures you can implement today. Not only can these help improve health, they can also reduce property damage caused by mold, leading to potential future savings.
So whether it's Clean Air Month or not, why not take some time to review these areas and see how you can improve your home, your health and your finances?
Download the infographic by clicking here!