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The air we breathe is critical for our health and well-being. Proper indoor air quality can also help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.

Despite its importance, poor indoor air quality is a widespread problem. Improving indoor air quality and ventilation in buildings is not only vital for our health, but will also make buildings more energy efficient, lower energy bills and make our buildings safe.

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There are billions of dollars in federal funding to help all buildings — schools, health care settings, public buildings, commercial facilities and homes — improve indoor air quality and energy efficiency.
The key to success is hiring professionals with proper skills, training and certification to do the work.