By: Envirogroup  06-Dec-2011

Outdoor pollution is an issue recognized by most people. But how often do we consider the quality of the air we breathe in our own homes. Indoor air can contain high levels of carbon dioxide or be permeated by offensive body and food odours. Due to security and heating considerations often doors and windows are kept closed, so natural ventilation may not be adequate. Concerns about unhealthy homes are very prevalent these days.

Fresh air is essential for our wellbeing. Allergies, headaches and general discomforts are all associated with, if not primarily caused by inadequate ventilation. Furthermore, interior condensation causes long term damage to building materials.