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How to Evaluate Your Indoor Air Quality

How to Evaluate Your Indoor Air Quality

In many cases, indoor air quality actually has a bigger effect on public health than the air outside.

In many cases, indoor air quality actually has a bigger effect on public health than the air outside. This is because adults are just spending more and more of their time inside than ever before. It is important to pay attention to the signs of falling indoor air quality so that you can fix it right away. 

Allergens in the Air

While many allergies are attributed to outdoor pollutants and seasonal changes, suffering from allergy symptoms while indoors can be an indicator of low indoor air quality. Indoor allergies symptoms can be things like watery or itchy eyes, sneezing, headaches, bloody noses, coughing, or constant congestion. If you notice any of these, pay close attention to when they appear and disappear. If they only present themselves when you’re at home, the issue is most likely there. If you feel worse at the office, then that could indicate that the HVAC there needs some attention.

Need to Breathe

If you use chemical cleaners, even just in certain areas of your home, they can harm your lungs quickly and potentially lead to negative health conditions. If you often have bronchitis or other difficulties with your respiratory system, it could be because of the chemicals in the air around you. There are many green alternatives on the market that can reduce certain sensitivities. It would help if you also ran an exhaust fan while you’re cleaning to help the fumes escape faster.

Regular HVAC Inspections are Essential

Are you having routine HVAC maintenance performed? If you’re not, you could actually be making yourself sick! Changing air filters regularly is crucial for keeping air clear and preventing re-circulation of airborne bacteria, viruses, and debris through your system. It would be best if you also had your ducts vacuumed regularly to get rid of trapped lint, dust, and debris. Any time your HVAC system engages, you risk circulating whatever is trapped in the ductwork throughout your home.

We Are Proud of the Company We Keep

William E. Kingswell has remained a distinguished provider of commercial and residential heating and cooling services since 1937. We have provided an unmatched level of customer service to all of our clients, and we enjoy being the preferred HVAC equipment distributor of countless customers. We offer a comprehensive range of high-quality heat pumps, boilers, unit heaters, HVAC accessories, and more. William E. Kingswell works with businesses and homeowners throughout Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia, including Baltimore, Frederick, Annapolis, Fairfax, Manassas, Richmond, Fredericksburg, Virginia Beach, and Leesburg. To learn more about our extensive range of SpacePakConcordAllied Commercial, and Bard HVAC equipment, give us a call at 301-937-1900 or contact us today!

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