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The Hammond Knoll Blog
The indoor air quality in your home may be affecting your health and the health of your family members. Being that, the average time a person spends indoors is 90% and indoor air quality is much worse than outdoor air quality these days. Regular housecleaning can help improve your home’s air quality. Rug, carpet, upholstery and tile cleaning can all help improve indoor air quality, as they act as natural air filters and can harbor mold so they must be kept clean.