The Benefits of Indoor Air Quality in Your Home

Posted December 31, 2013 by Gabriel Posternak

Most individuals do not think much about it. Air is unseen, unheard, and untouchable. Most homeowners can apply out of sight, out of mind to air. If it is not something that someone can see, touch, hear, or feel, then it is not of concern is pretty much the thought pattern when thinking about air.

However, the benefits of indoor air quality in your home not only affect you as a homeowner, the benefits also affect your family members, as well.

Indoor air quality may not seem important, however, there are many benefits of quality indoor air in your home.

Dampness and Mold in Your Home

Dampness and mold in your home may seem like just an unsightly nuisance; however, dampness and mold in your home are one of the biggest health problems for individuals. Individuals that are exposed to increased dampness and mold are exposed to a lot more than that. Asthma, allergies, and respiratory infections are just a few of these health problems.

The bigger problem with dampness and mold in your home is how commonplace these issues are in just about everyone’s home. When an individual is exposed to dampness and mold, it gives illness an opportunity to grow. Once an individual with an upper respiratory infection becomes ill and then heads outside his or her home to work, that individual is now spreading that illness to many others, as well.

Studies are showing that homes that utilize air filtration systems have fewer incidences to cause upper respiratory infections and asthmatic attacks. This equates to less doctor visits, less discomfort, and less spread of unnecessary upper respiratory infections. Healthier individuals at home are healthier individuals outside the home, as well.

Coughing, wheezing, allergic rhinitis, and even eczema are all diminished with proper indoor air quality procedures put into place.

Alertness and Comfort

Proper indoor air quality uses a good filtration system that allows cleaner, healthier air to flow in while impure, contaminated air is filtered out. Studies are showing that individuals in environments at home and at work with proper filtration systems put in place tend to feel more alert and comfortable in his or her surroundings throughout the day. An alert and comfortable employee is a productive employee.

Elimination of Dust Mites

For individuals who are sensitive to dust mites, proper air ventilation and a healthy indoor air quality are imperative. Individuals allergic to dust mites suffer from allergic dermatitis, post-nasal drip, sneezing, runny nose, and congestion, to name but a few things.

Healthy indoor air quality in your home means that you will not have to suffer the extreme effects of this nasty allergy any longer.

Allergies, upper respiratory infections, allergic rashes, and sensitivity to dust mites are things that you can put in your past with the proper ventilation and air purification systems available today.

Posted December 31, 2013
by Gabriel Posternak.


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