When you have a poor indoor air quality, your health becomes affected. Your indoor levels of air pollutants can be two to five times higher than outdoor levels, according to the EPA. If you start coughing, wheezing, or sneezing, the quality of air in your home is worse than outdoors.
The term refers to the quality of air in and around your home or commercial building. Using ventilation and filtration will greatly improve the quality of your indoor air, and our technicians at Chud Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing specialize in proper filtration.
The quality diminishes with the presence of mold, gases, bacteria, and other allergens. Your furniture, floor, wall coverings, and paint attract the presence of volatile organic compounds in the home, affecting your health.