Home Improvements for Healthy Indoor Air Quality

With winter on the way, we're all about to spend more time indoors, so the timing couldn't be better for making home improvements for healthy indoor air quality.

Today's homes are more tightly sealed than ever, and while that can mean better insulation and energy efficiency, it also has a definite down side: airborne contaminants that come into your home end up staying there, making indoor air a lot more polluted than the air outside.

For safer, healthier indoor air this winter, consider a few home improvements that you'll appreciate the whole year through.