|With the increasing demand for tighter, more efficient homes, comes less air changes in the home. What does that mean? Well, the fewer times the air in your home changes means the more pollutants stay in your home or the less fresh air makes its way into the home. Sources of indoor air pollution are, insect droppings, pressed wood products in furniture, home cleaning agents, tobacco smoke, pet dander, duct mites, dyes in furniture coverings, and many others. Indoor air pollution affects each one of us differently. Some people have high tolerances others have very low tolerances for such pollutants. So what is a home owner or business owner to do? Woodall’s Total Comfort Systems, Inc. offers products and real solutions that work. Our experienced staff can recommend the right filtration system, germicidal light, humidifier, or air purifier to meet the needs of your home environment. The products help to control and eliminate sources of indoor air pollution. At times the solution may be as simple as adding some fresh air ventilation to the existing comfort system. Contact us with you questions and to schedule an appointment.