When at home, you’re probably relaxing, playing with the kids or tackling chores. What you aren’t likely doing is thinking about the air you’re breathing. Unfortunately, the reality is poor indoor air quality in residential spaces is a major problem.

Agricultural scientists agree that at least 30 percent of our food production results from the actions of pollinating insects and birds. But populations of these very necessary bugs are declining rapidly.

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  • By Jennifer Chaney, CSP, GRI, MBA

Buyers decide whether or not they are interested in taking a closer in-person look at a home for sale usually based on their first impression of the pictures and curb appeal of the home online. As the Bay Area Association of Realtors “Top Realtor in Sales,” Jennifer Chaney, a Realtor, certif…