Indoor Air Quality
Poor indoor air quality can have immediate effects on health, including:
It is important to address indoor air quality issues promptly to minimize these negative effects.
Poor indoor air quality can have long-term effects on health, including:
These effects can occur as a result of long-term exposure to pollutants such as secondhand smoke, radon, and toxic chemicals found in cleaning products, pesticides, and building materials. It is important to take steps to improve indoor air quality and reduce exposure to these pollutants in order to protect the health of all those living in the home.
How can I improve the indoor air quality of my home?
There are several things you can do to improve the indoor air quality of your home, including:
*HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning.
HVAC is a system used to control the temperature and air quality inside a building or vehicle.
The heating component of the system warms the interior during cold weather, the ventilation component moves the air inside and outside of the building, and the air conditioning component cools the interior during hot weather.
The goal of the HVAC system is to provide a comfortable indoor environment by maintaining the right temperature, humidity, air movement, and air quality.