Remarkable as it may seem, the air inside the average American home tends to be much more polluted than the air outside. Since most of us spend a good deal of time indoors, this means that we need to take the time to ensure that our indoor air stays clean and safe to breathe. In addition to cleanliness, it’s important to keep your indoor air at the right level of humidity; if your air is too damp, it can lead to mold growth, and if it is too dry, it can dry out your sinuses and worsen your allergies. There is a whole host of products available that promise to improve your indoor air quality, from humidifiers and dehumidifiers to air purifiers and UV lights. To learn more about protecting the indoor air quality in your Gaithersburg home, watch this video from Presidential Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.