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Indoor Air Quality Green Building Tips by: Kenya McCullum For a more comfortable home that breathes easy and is easier to breathe in, a ventilation system will remove stale air from your home and replace it with fresh outdoor air. Also, opt for stains, finishes and cleaning products that don’t contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs). […]
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Indoor Air Quality
Green Building Tips
by: Kenya McCullum

For a more comfortable home that breathes easy and is easier to breathe in, a ventilation system will remove stale air from your home and replace it with fresh outdoor air. Also, opt for stains, finishes and cleaning products that don’t contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This will dramatically improve the air quality inside your home, minimize allergens and generally create a more cozy and healthier space.

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