Homeowners who are noticing symptoms like watery eyes, sneezing, breathing problems, or noticing their air doesn’t feel very comfortable, could have more indoor air pollution in their homes. Your allergies can be triggered by poor indoor air quality, according to Kovack Mechanical. Indoor air pollution can cause many different problems, such as fatigue or dizziness. It can also cause more severe symptoms like rashes and fevers. There are many easy ways to improve indoor air quality, like rearranging your furniture so your air ducts aren’t blocked, and adding houseplants such as palm plants, rubber plants, or ferns. This infographic provides information on those ideas, as well as a few others.