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Do you or your workers suffer headaches, fevers, or respiratory problems? Research has proven that many workplace health issues are directly related to poor air quality. We are spending longer hours indoors, both in our homes and workplaces. With so many people in a confined space, pollutants can quickly build up. Good air quality is essential to our health and allows us to better enjoy our day-to-day lives and to be more productive at our jobs.
Poor air quality can cause problems for children’s health. Many school administrations are unaware of the harmful indoor pollutants that may be present in their classrooms. Schools need to ensure that they are as safe and clean as possible.
We all need oxygen to survive, but many people don’t realize that the air that we breathe can have a significant impact on the quality of our health. This is especially true for people who are particularly young, old or who have pre-existing health conditions like asthma, heart disease or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
The real estate market seems to be getting back on its feet after a tumultuous 18 months during which time, many key aspects of the home buying or selling process have evolved to take into account the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. One thing that real estate agents have had to consider carefully and prioritize is the health, safety, and wellbeing of the buyers and sellers that they deal with on a daily basis. Nowhere is this a bigger concern than during an open house or appointments to show prospective buyers around a property.