Indoor Air Quality
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is not just an industry buzzword; it’s important to your health. Poor IAQ has been linked to symptoms like headaches, fatigue, mental fog, irritation of the eyes, nose, throat and lungs and asthma. Many studies have shown that indoor air can be much poorer in quality than outdoor air, even in highly industrialized cities.
Many factors and pollutants affect IAQ, including poor ventilation, problems controlling temperature, humidity that is too high or too low, remodeling, and deep cleaning with harsh chemicals. Many of our homes may be subject to dust from renovation, mold, cleaning supplies, pesticides, carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or other airborne chemicals (including small amounts of chemicals released as a gas over time). All of these may contribute to poor indoor air quality.
Proper ventilation is a key factor in the improvement of indoor air quality. Heating and cooling systems are an important component to better air quality. The A/C service and heating repair experts at Anytime Heating and Cooling can help you analyze your indoor air quality and offer solutions to keep you breathing easy.
Anytime Heating & Cooling offers many products that can make a significant difference, such as humidifiers, air cleaners, and air purifiers.
Contact us for more information about how Anytime Heating & Cooling can help you breathe easier.
The Environmental Protection Agency is an excellent resource for IAQ information:
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