Wouldn’t it be nice if we could point to one single culprit in the battle against IAQ (Indoor Air Quality)? Sadly, it’s not that easy. The truth is that there are so many potential sources that it’s impossible to pinpoint just one. Pets, chemicals in carpets, household cleaners, building materials, damp basements, furniture and many more things contribute to poor IAQ. Your best bet to improve your IAQ is to first identify the air pollutants. The most effective way to clean your air is by eliminating the sources of indoor air pollutants. Take a look at the chart below to pinpoint the air pollutants that are causing your symptoms.