Homeowners may want to remove these things if they wish to protect their family and prevent the exacerbation of one of these illnesses.
Identifying dangerous products that are in homes is one way to help boost the health of a population, as there is significant damage that can be done by older systems and materials that are stored within many residences across the country.
Though the state of the U.S. economy has homeowners especially wary of making new investments to improve their residence, delaying making these improvements could have a significant impact on families all over the country.
The increasing amount of time that people, especially children, are spending indoors is troublesome to many individuals, and a number of housing experts have noted that this trend could prove to be dangerous.
The presence of dust in a home may seem like a minor inconvenience to some, but given the significant time that many people spend indoors, these microscopic particles can be more dangerous than one would think.
The presence of certain products within a home can pose serious health risks to families, as old heating systems, lead-based paint and broken ventilation ducts may lead to a worsening of problems like asthma or lung disease.
There are a number of reasons why homeowners across the U.S. are making a switch to radiant heating systems for their residences, as the technology helps to maximize comfort, limit operating costs and reduce the negative effects of a family on the environment.
The presence of harmful materials in a home is not something that many people are able to recognize, either out of ignorance or due to the fact that these toxins are often hidden and difficult to monitor.
Officials in Washington, D.C. are evaluating homes with children who have been hospitalized with asthma and others with at-risk children to help eliminate environmental health threats within a residence.
The Maori Party has joined the New Zealand government in applauding the success of the country's warm and healthy homes program.