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Importance of Indoor Air Quality in Your Home

As living beings who spend a majority of our time indoors, specifically within our homes, addressing indoor air quality is essential to promote good health. Because a large portion of the materials used in our homes can impact our health, homeowners are becoming more conscious of the products they will put back into their homes after renovations. With these reasons in mind, Place N’ Go™ has created MAS Certified Green interlocking flooring that can combat these items that contribute to poor air quality.


Many homes face moisture problems which left untreated, often result in mold and mildew. Mold has been linked to a variety of health concerns by the CDC, such as respiratory problems. Fortunately, Place N’ Go™ has interlocking flooring systems that allow for you to easily remove our tiles to properly address moisture concerns and prevent mold from occurring.


Many people do not realize that a lot of the products and furniture we have in our homes can be dangerous to our health because of the chemicals used to create them, which in turn can create VOC emissions, which have been connected to irritation to the eyes, nose, and throat, as well as headaches, and damage to the liver, kidney, and central nervous system. Place N’ Go ™flooring is MAS Certified Green, which means our flooring is certified for low VOC emissions.


Soft materials, such as carpet, can hold onto a lot of bacteria, such as allergens which can cause a variety of common allergy symptoms. Place N’ Go™ flooring is extremely durable and easy to clean, which can greatly improve your respiratory problems that are triggered by these microbials.

Place N’ Go™ is such an ideal solution for air quality control in homes, many homeowners have used our products in areas of their home where they often find moisture and poor ventilation, such as basements and bathrooms. Our experts would love to talk to you about all of the ways our interlocking floors have helped our customers complete timely and durable flooring solutions for their homes that also benefit their air quality.

With more questions, please contact us today by calling (508) 583-3200.