What Are The Consequences Of Poor Indoor Air Quality?

Indoor air quality is an important topic that isn’t discussed nearly enough. Many homes have low air quality, and the people living there don’t even realize it. When contaminants are in the air, they can cause problems with your health, comfort, and home.

Here’s how:

  • Health—Polluted indoor air can cause headaches, dizziness, congestion, fatigue, allergies, respiratory infection, skin rashes, eye irritation, coughing, and so much more. Have your indoor air quality tested and your HVAC unit inspected at least once a year to protect your health.
  • Comfort—Having too much moisture in your home can make the air feel all sticky and warmer than it actually is. On the other hand, a lack of moisture in the air makes your home feel colder, and it can cause you to feel sore and fatigued.
  • Home—Mold and mildew, caused by low air quality, can damage all types of surfaces in your home. Too little moisture in the air can make wood warp, split, or crack.

Let the experienced HVAC technicians at Sanders and Johnson perform a thorough inspection of your home’s HVAC system and indoor air quality. Learn more by visiting www.SandersAndJohnson.com.