When most people in Cleveland think of air pollution, they think of the factories and big industry that emit harmful toxins into the outdoor air.  In fact, most studies show our indoor air has up to 10 times more VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) contributing to poor air quality.


Familiar with the scent of a new carpet, new furniture, fresh paint and air freshener? Those are all very high in VOCs and can have an impact on your health.

Irritated eyes, nose and throat, an increase in headaches, dizziness, fatigue, nausea, and skin reactions are all indications of exposure to high levels of VOCs and poor indoor air quality.  If you have concerns and are looking for a consultation in your home or office, call Dutch’s Home and Mold Inspections at 440-748-4660

So take advantage of the fall weather and open your windows to let in fresh air!


Cleveland – How is Your Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)?