Indoor air quality can affect your health; according to the EPA, you can experience irritated eyes, nose and throat, headache, dizziness and fatigue. Asthma may even become worsened from repeated exposure. The good news is, indoor air quality issues are fairly simple to diagnose and correct, meaning your family can breathe easier and live in a healthy home. Plus, it doesn’t smell nice in a home either. If you walk into your space and notice a distinct smell, this likely points to an indoor air quality issue. Typically, a home should smell like nothing when you walk in; that means its got clean air. I’ve received several questions about indoor air quality and management. Let’s dig in!