Offices are places where we spend a large part of our days and where the air we breathe is contaminated by pollutants from multiple sources: furniture, carpets, computer equipment, printers, household products, etc.
Living and dining rooms are places of sharing and conviviality and, after the bedroom; it is the second room in the house where we spend the most time. There are many sources of pollution of the indoor environment and the indoor air quality of these main rooms must therefore be assessed.
With an average of 7 hours of sleep per night, the bedroom is one of the rooms in the house where we spend the most time. Sources of air and indoor environmental pollution in bedrooms are numerous.
Children spend a lot of time playing in their rooms and sleep more than 10 hours per night. Since they are more sensitive to pollution than adults, a good air quality and indoor environment in their rooms are essential. However, there are many sources of pollution: new furniture, recent paint, anti-mite treated bedding, play mats, plastic toys and household products used for cleaning, etc.
Although we don't spend much time there, our bathrooms contain many toxic substances that can diffuse into the rest of the home: furniture, paint, perfumes and cosmetics, household products, etc.