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For many of us, the air in our homes is simply thought of in terms of hot and cold. However, while we rarely think about indoor air pollution, it’s considered a serious environmental public health risk by the EPA.
The truth is there are several factors that can deteriorate the air quality in your home and potentially harm your health. Knowing this, let’s dive deep into indoor air quality and its impacts on your home and family.
Indoor air quality is often affected by a number of factors, including allergens, irritants, and pollutants. Understanding these factors and the effects they can have on the quality of the air you breathe inside your home will allow you to be proactive in keeping it as clean and healthy as possible.
In a perfect world, every home or indoor space would have high indoor air quality and be contaminant-free. Thanks to modern filters and air purification services, it’s possible to achieve these results and increase the comfort and health of your family.
The air quality within your home can be affected by several different things. While today’s homes are built and sealed tight to keep hot and cold outside air from getting in, this can lead to recycling dirty and stale air. It can also increase the likelihood of releasing contaminants into the air.
Some of the most common sources of indoor air pollution include:
• Excessive moisture
• Upholstery, carpet, and flooring
• HVAC systems
• Tobacco products
• Cleaning products and more…
Poor indoor air quality is often caused by contaminants known as air pollutants, which can adversely affect our health by triggering allergens, lung irritation, asthma attacks, and other respiratory issues.
Exposure to household air pollutants can also cause eye, nose, and throat irritations as well as headaches, dizziness, and even fatigue. For those with pre-existing asthma or allergic conditions, these symptoms can become aggravated and may worsen with long-term exposure.
To determine the air quality in your home, you will need to perform an air quality test. Indoor air quality testing measures allergen, mold, radon, and other pollutant levels to provide you with an accurate picture of your home’s air quality and your family’s safety.
• Biological pollutants
• Chemical pollutants
• Combustion pollutants
• Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs.
In addition to testing for different types of pollutants, if pollutants are found, indoor air quality testing also measures the air inside a home or structure to calculate the level of pollutants present. While some pollutants are common and not necessarily dangerous, you should try to keep their levels at a minimum.
You can clearly see there are many things capable of affecting the air quality inside your apartment home. Fortunately, there are also just as many ways to improve your indoor air quality.
You can take simple steps like opening your windows and letting in some fresh air, turning on a ceiling fan or two, or adjusting the fan settings on your HVAC unit. Even placing some small houseplants here and there throughout your apartment can have a positive impact on its indoor air quality.
In addition to these DIY steps, one of the best ways to improve your air quality is to consult with indoor air quality experts.
At The Chill Brothers, we offer free evaluations, filter replacements, and several solutions like Air Scrubbers with ActivePure® Technology to help keep your indoor air as clean and healthy as possible. We also offer the Chill Maintenance Plan and perform HVAC system upgrades, tune ups, and repairs.
If you’re ready to ensure maximum comfort, health, and safety for you and your family, request an appointment with one of our indoor air quality specialists today.
A. Common practice to improve air quality is that fresh air is always the best air for filtering. Check the filter, replace your filter if needed, have a smoke-free environment, and check if anything is blocking your venting space.
A. An air purifier can help you breathe more accessible by providing clean, fresh air at home or work. Benefits of an air purifier include improved air quality, reduced allergy symptoms, and asthma relief. Air purification systems help remove harmful particles and pollutants from the air.
A. Indoor air quality testing measures allergen, mold, radon, and other pollutant levels to provide an accurate picture of your home’s air quality and your family’s safety. Indoor air quality testing also measures the air inside a home or structure to calculate the level of pollutants present.