A lot of us spend the bulk of our days working in offices, sitting in classrooms, or simply inside our homes. Regardless of whether or not you are regularly using air conditioning or heating systems, everyone needs to be aware of indoor air quality.
We come into contact with potentially harmful pathogens, allergens, and viruses on a regular basis. The HVAC systems we rely upon, dust, mold, and a variety of other elements all contribute to indoor air quality. Keeping your indoor space as healthy as possible requires the expertise of a professional company like Aero Energy.
Understanding Indoor Air Quality
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality inside a building and its structures as it relates to occupants’ health, comfort, and safety. The quality of the air depends on the extent of pollutants such as carbon monoxide, VOCs, radon, mold spores, and bacteria present in the environment. These can be hazardous to human health and potentially cause sick building syndrome, reduced productivity, and other negative health conditions. One of the best ways to maintain great indoor air quality is by installing air filtration and ventilation systems that regularly remove and combat these air pollutants.