Indoor air quality refers to the quality of air in a home, office, school or other building environment. Americans on average spend approximately 90% of their time indoors, which according to the EPA are often times 2-5 times more polluted than the air outside. Common types of pollutants that have adverse affects on your health are tobacco smoke, radon, pet dander and mold. Pathogenic microbes such as viruses, fungi and pathogenic bacteria are the main cause of airborne or direct contact diseases affecting animals and humans.
When mold spores reproduce, their spores, which are invisible to the naked eye, float around in both indoor and outdoor air. These spores may be microscopic, but if given the perfect environment to germinate, these spores will manifest and create harmful fungi. Varieties of mold give the impression that they are harmless, and they often come in a variety of colors such as black, white, green, and orange; but when mold is left alone, allowing it to grow, there is significant chance that it will become toxic and hazardous to your health. Molds produce irritating substances that are called allergens, which may cause allergies in some sensitive individuals. As long as mold is present they are still a threat to your home and your health.
Studies show that Probiotic Fogging® via ULV foggers decrease the amount of harmful pathogens found in hard to reach spaces and significantly reduce the risk of infections.
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