The winter season is here, and with it comes the reality of living in a colder environment—yet we’re cooped up indoors.
One of the most common complaints about this time of year is that indoor air quality drops significantly. That makes you more susceptible to respiratory problems like allergies or asthma.
This blog post will discuss why this happens and what you can do to keep your home healthy during these cold months. You also find who you can contact when you need to improve your indoor air quality in Colorado Springs, CO.