When the weather is as mild and calm as it’s been here in the past week or so, it’s likely that you aren’t concerning yourself too much with your HVAC system. You should of course be scheduling heating maintenance so that you are prepared for a drop in temperatures. In the meantime, now is a great time to take a break and think about your indoor air quality.
Indoor air pollution doesn’t always get the attention it deserves since it’s not easily detectable. But there are actually higher risks associated with this type of pollution than the quality of the outside air, particularly throughout Utah. But how can you reduce your risks?