What is Indoor Air Quality?
Have you ever wonder why you sneeze so much or why you are always congested?
By definition, the term “Air Quality” refers directly to the degree or the state of the air around us. Good Clean air is important to maintaining the balance of life inside or outside the home. Poor air quality occurs when pollutants reach high enough concentrations to endanger your health. Our choices everyday, can have a significant impact on air quality and on our health.
Pollution isn’t only an outdoor problem, but pollution can occur in our own homes. As the building standards increase the energy efficiency of the home, it also increases the concern for home pollutes. The tighter the house, the less likely there is proper air flow, then the air in enclosed spaces can become more polluted all the while holding certain smells longer. In fact, some kinds of air pollution can be worse indoors than outdoors, such as tobacco smoke, mold, and chemicals released from synthetic fabrics, furnishings and household products. Think about it, have you ever noticed as you grow older, you became increasingly sensitive to allergies or sinus congestion? Did you every stop and wonder what the heck? Most of the time, it can be do to the quality of air in your own home. Proven fact, the children of today suffer from more indoor/outdoor allergies then our grandparents ever did. This is why Indoor air quality is important.
Just one call to us, can save you a few dollars a month on tissues! Seriously, if you suffer from indoor/outdoor allergies, give us a call and we will be happy to assist you in picking out the right products for your home.