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6 Steps to Healthy Indoor Air is loaded with photographs from field investigations to help you understand your home or workplace. It provides practical solutions to make your air indoors healthy like fresh outdoor air, without wasting money on strategies or products that don’t work.
Air pollution indoors is recognized as a worldwide health concern. It’s an issue in both new and updated homes, in cities and rural areas, and in all climates. Degraded indoor air quality affects everyone from infants to senior citizens and even our pets.
Environmental Protection Agency studies have revealed that pollutant levels in indoor environments can be as much as two-to-five times higher than outdoor levels, and after some activities, the pollution levels indoors can be as much as 100 times higher than they are outdoors.
In literally every building I investigate I discover conditions that are directly and adversely affecting the air people breathe day after day inside their homes, schools, and workplaces.
Americans suffer from over 14 million headaches every day. We’re experiencing a veritable plague of allergies, asthma, and other air‐related illnesses unseen in the past. Every month hundreds of thousands of people suffer medical emergencies due to asthma attacks. Approximately ten people die every day from asthma attacks. Millions require doctor visits, medications, immune‐system injections, and inhalers to breathe sufficiently.
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In virtually every home I investigate I discover mold. So, after learning the essentials in this book, you’ll likely want to read the Do-It-Yourself Mold Inspection book series available here at IndoorAir.com.
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Table of Contents
Why trust the author?
How important is the air you inhale?
How big is the indoor air problem?
The wrong approach to indoor air
Six steps to healthy indoor air
Step 1: Eliminating removable pollutants
Step 2: Filtration of airborne particles
Step 3: Preventing rancid and stagnant air
Step 4: Controlling moisture vapor
Step 5: Replacing electrical ions
Step 6: Replacing air oxidizers
Six steps summary
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