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The Chill Brothers Team.
What is all the hype about air quality? Between the cooler temperatures, escalating environmental awareness and the continual COVID pandemic, people have lots to say and wonder about when it comes to air quality.
The truth is that air quality is not a new topic. Environmental health research has been working for decades to optimize and provide tools, equipment and technology to help spaces breathe better and be healthier. Indoor air pollution is ranked one of the top five environmental risks to public health. What is surprising is how few homeowners give a lot of attention to it. While there are many policies and procedures for workplaces and businesses, individuals’ choices for their home HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air conditioning) systems and air quality are usually left to the builder. It takes an insightful homeowner who asks the questions, inspects and works to improve, upgrade and maintain a home’s air quality system. With the continuing battle with COVID-19 has undoubtedly left many of us with a heightened awareness and new consciousness about matters of the air we breathe. There are many ways to improve the air quality in your home, which manifests itself by improving the environmental health of you and the ones you love.
Here are ten easy ways to diagnose the quality of your HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) system and enhance your air quality at home.
The very best way to really improve the air quality in your home is to invest in an air quality test (ours is free!) and see if you would benefit from an air purification system. Air purifiers help reduce airborne contaminants including viruses in a home or smaller, confined space. An air purifier allows air to pass through but prevents dust, dirt, pet dander, odors and other particles from recirculating through your home’s air. Book an air quality test with The Chill Brothers to get to the real truth about your home’s air quality.
A. Air purifiers are useful devices that will help protect you and your family from the harmful effects of polluted air. Some common symptoms of poor air quality include headaches, dizziness, fatigue, and dry skin. Air purification can also help reduce the spread of germs and bacteria in your home.
A. An air purifier can help you breathe more accessible by providing clean, fresh air at home or work. They have a wide range of benefits, including improved air quality, reduced allergy symptoms, and asthma relief. Air purifiers help remove harmful particles and pollutants from the air.
A. There are many factors to consider when choosing an air purifier, including the cost, quality, and size of the filter. Consider what you want to get out of your air purifier, do you want a device that will be able to filter out toxins from the air, or would you prefer a device that focuses on providing fresh air. An air quality test will help you select an air purifier.