Everyone is stuck indoors because of the health crisis nowadays. When it's necessary to go outside, we must practice social distancing and wear a face shield to keep safe and combat the spread of COVID-19.
You might be tempted to think that staying indoors means being safe from air pollution. But, according to research, that is far from the case. Environmental Protection Agency or EPA states that air pollution can occur indoors too. Indoor air pollution has been associated with fatigue, dizziness, and headaches.
The World Health Organization refers to such manifestation as "sick building syndrome." It just shows that the air quality cannot be ignored.
Our homes are supposed to be the safe sanctuary – an inviting place to rest, rejuvenate, and heal from daily stressors. But is the air we breathe inside our homes really non-hazardous and safe?
Alpine Cleaners wanted to share with you the main factors contributing to the poor indoor air quality and how to address them for better air quality.
9 Easy Steps to Improve the Indoor Air Quality During Covid-19 Outbreak
Alpine Cleaners want you to breathe easier, be healthier, and feel even more relaxed in your sanctuary – your home.