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Indoor air quality is an important part of your health. Safeguards and prevention can help you ensure that the air inside your home or business is safe to breathe. The Healthy Indoor Air website will help you identify and prevent air quality problems and will give you the necessary solutions. The following healthy indoor air problems are addressed: carbon monoxide, furnace filters, lead paint testing, mold, radon, smoke detectors, vacuum cleaners and water alarm detectors.

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Indoor air often contains higher concentrations of hazardous pollutants than outdoor air. On average, people spend about 90 percent of their time indoors. Sixty-five percent of that time is spent at home. Learn more about indoor air quality and how it can affect you and your family.

How do you know if the air in your home is unhealthy?

smoke detectorThis website offers several solutions to help you reduce your risks.