Improving the Quality of Your Indoor Air
- Caroline S. Logan
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We all know that indoor airquality is just as important as the quality of the air outside. Poor air quality in your home can lead to a number of different health issues. What are the symptoms to be on the look for, and what can you do to improve the quality of the air indoors?
What Causes of Poor Air Quality
Poor indoor air quality is often caused by an effective HVAC system along with overused air filters and dirty air vents.
Unfiltered and polluted air is very harmful to your physical health and can wreak havoc on your immune system.
You can always test the quality of the air in your home, but if you notice certain symptoms that seem to linger when at home, but disappear when you are not at home, you are probably breathing in poor air.
- Shortness of breath
Seek medical attention right away and then talk to an HVAC technician to discuss how to improve the quality of air in your home. Solutions include high-efficiency filters, humidifiers, and carbon monoxide detectors.
Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality
Luckily, there are a few things you can do to help with the indoor air quality of your home. Get in the habit of changing air filters every 30 to 60 days, cleaning vents, and scheduling preventative maintenance.
You can even take it a step further with specialized pure filters or new HVAC units.
Before making any significant changes to your HVAC system, talk with a technician. Rainforest Plumbing and Air is home to qualified technicians that know HVAC systems and plumbing in Mesa, Arizona.
They can come out and test the quality of the air in your home and offer solutions for cleaner indoor air.