Indoor Air Quality

4 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reported that indoor air quality can be 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air. If you are one of the many people who suffer from allergies or simply want to improve the quality of the air you breathe, here are four cost-effective ways to get started.

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Air Quality Problems Found In Each Room Of Your House | A/C Designs

Common Air Quality Problems Found in Each Room of Your House

Pollution, allergens, and other environmental factors can reduce the quality of the air you breathe. Once inside the home, many people think they are safe from those problems. In truth, each room of your home has the potential to harbor unique air quality problems. Understanding the type of air quality problems each room is prone to will help you drastically improve your home’s indoor air.

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Are Bioaerosols Affecting Your Air Quality? | A/C Designs

Are Bioaerosols Affecting Your Air Quality?

Bioaerosols in your home can be damaging to your family’s health. There are a few ways you can effectively minimize their presence and breathe better in your home.

What are bioaerosols?

Bioaerosols is a term used to denote biological aerosols, which are microscopic biological particles in the air. Some of these particles come from other living organisms, such as plant pollen and pet dander, while others are tiny living organisms like bacteria and viruses.

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3 Cleaning Habits That Impact Your Indoor Air Quality | A/C Designs

3 Cleaning Habits That Impact Your Indoor Air Quality

Who doesn’t love a clean home? With regular dusting, disinfecting, and cleaning, you feel more comfortable in your living space and may reduce your risk of contracting certain bacterial viruses and illnesses. What many people fail to consider, however, is just how potentially harmful many cleaning products can be, especially when it comes to your indoor air quality. There are a few cleaning habits that could pose hidden dangers to your air quality and possibly your health.

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