Can Mold Make You Sick?
In the last several years, a growing body of scientific evidence shows that the air within homes and other buildings can be more polluted than the air outdoors. Other research indicates that between home, work, school, and transportation, the average American spends 93% of their life indoors. For many people, health risks from air pollution is greater indoors than outdoors.
All of us face a variety of health risks as we go about our day-to-day lives and some risks from outdoor air pollution are simply unavoidable. But some risks, such as illnesses caused by indoor airborne contaminants like mold, toxic gases, and other harmful chemicals, are very much avoidable, if we just have the right information to make informed choices. At AMI, our mission is to provide you with reliable information and professional services to insure that your life indoors is as safe and healthy as possible.
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