Needless to say, both outdoor and indoor air pollution are serious issues and need to be dealt with right away so any future health complications can be avoided. Indoor air quality, however, is something that we have some form of control over and it also happens to have the biggest impact on us because we spend most of our time in indoor spaces. There’s no denying that poor indoor air quality and the issues that may arise as a result can cause a variety of health complications. Short-term exposure can lead to cold-like symptoms, such as irritation in the eyes, throat, and nose as well as headaches and dizziness. Long-term exposure to air pollutants can result in respiratory conditions, heart disease, and even lung cancer. In this blog, we’ll take a look at three of the most common issues you need to address to maintain indoor air quality standards in your homes and commercial spaces.