For decades we have been tightening up our
homes to make them more energy efficient.
Although this has substantially reduced the
amount of energy required to heat and cool a
home, it has caused indoor air polution to rise to
levels that the Environmental Protection Agency
states is 2 – 5 times and as much as 100 times
higher than outside air. This increased level
of indoor pollution has caused a significant
increase in allergic reactions, asthma attacks
and other ailments.