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Most people spend 90 percent of their time indoors, but indoor air can be more polluted than the great outdoors.
While a home may be built with adequate ventilation strategies according to current building codes, performance may vary in the actual installation.
The same preservation efforts that historical site directors employ can be mirrored by the average homeowner.
The Proud Green Home of Louisville was designed and constructed with healthy living in mind.
Available in contemporary, transitional or traditional styles, the new decorative designs of the InVent Series will match any home aesthetic.
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Held together by static electricity, these pesky formations grow larger as they collect common airborne particles.
Tight houses often mean that pollutants can be trapped inside, creating an indoor air pollution problem.
The increased risk of developing heart disease due to daily air pollution exposure are highlighted in several new studies.
For the 50 million Americans that suffer from nasal allergies, spring means runny noses, watery eyes, and other irritating symptoms caused by indoor and outdoor allergens.
Many of today's homes are airtight and highly insulated, which are good for cost and energy-effective temperature control, but terrible for indoor air quality.
Most people spend about 90 percent of their time indoors exposed to potential sources of pollution than can lead to discomfort and illness.
The best ventilation fan is the one you don't notice, but works behind the scenes to clear the air in a home.
Heating and cooling choices can make or break the energy efficiency, and affordability of a home.
Mold and mildew are among the most unpleasant problems that you might have to deal with at home.
Starting with the architectural design, the Proud Green Home of St. Louis reflects the desire for a high level of indoor air quality, as well as energy efficiency and an inviting refuge for the family.