|In homes across
America, the quality of indoor air can be worse than outdoor air.
The Healthy Indoor Air for America's Homes Program
was developed to provide basic but comprehensive information to
consumers on how to get a handle on indoor air quality (IAQ) in
their homes. The goal of the Program is to educate consumers about
sources, health risks, and control measures related to common
residential indoor air problems and to help consumers reduce their
health risks from these problems. Check out some more information
about our Program's
Background & Impacts.
- Have you ever stopped to think about whether the air you're
breathing at home is healthy?
- Do you frequently have headaches or feel nauseous or tired
in your home?
- Do you feel better when you leave the house?
- If you have these symptoms, or others listed here,
your home's air quality may be the problem.
Welcome to the Healthy Indoor Air for America's Homes
Program and we look forward to working with you.
Thank you for stopping by.
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Indoor Air for America's Homes
State University Extension Service ~ Taylor Hall
~ Bozeman, MT 59717
(406) 994-3451 ~ Fax: (406) 994-5417
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Last updated on August 5, 2011
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