Does Your Home Have Poor Indoor Air Quality?

Does your home have poor indoor air quality? If you haven’t had your home assessed for air pollution, it certainly couldn’t hurt to consider investing in this service. Less than ideal indoor air quality can be caused by a variety of factors (which we outline below), and the health effects of poor IAQ are significant. It is common for people to report headaches, fatigue, dizziness, nausea, runny nose or sinus pain, allergy-like reactions or more serious issues such as respiratory damage. It is often difficult to diagnose that poor IAQ is causing these symptoms since they so frequently mimic the symptoms of a common cold or seasonal allergies.

To better your indoor air quality, check out the causes below and avoid or remedy them in your home. Since most people spend approximately 90% of their time indoors and a large portion of that time at home, it’s important to mind the cleanliness of the indoor air in your living space.

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  • Improperly maintained heating and ventilation systems are one of the leading causes of poor indoor air quality. By repairing broken units, fixing ductwork, and installing an air purifier, you may be able to improve your indoor air quality.

  • I agree! Breathing well is something we tend to take for granted- until we get into trouble. The more contaminated the air we breathe is, the more quickly we succumb to illnesses and allergies. Even a subtle amount of indoor pollutants can raise our stress levels, and inhibit good health. Carrier Air Conditioners have an advanced dehumidifying component that makes breathing easier all year long.

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