The quality of the air you breathe in your home is vital to your good health and that of your family.
The first step to improving the quality of the air in your home is to test your indoor air quality. The Government of Canada encourages Canadians to test their houses for indoor air quality. Homes should have a carbon monoxide alarm and smoke detector.
Good ventilation, air circulation, and air filtering can reduce indoor air pollutants. Systems that improve air quality trap and kill bacteria, mold, and other allergens making the air your family breathes cleaner and more pure.