Indoor Air Quality

There is a common misconception that the air we breathe indoors is healthy and clean. While that can be true sometimes, indoor air can suffer from the same pollution issues that outdoor air does, and poor indoor air quality can significantly impact your health and your quality of life.

Negative Effects of Poor Indoor Air

There are several complications that can result from breathing polluted air indoors. Short-term impacts of poor indoor air include:

  • Headaches
  • Sore throat
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Eye, nose, or throat irritation

Perhaps even more concerning are the long-term complications that can result from frequently and persistently breathing polluted air while indoors. Since people spend a significant amount of time (as much as 90% or more) inside, issues can compound over time and lead to:

  • Chronic respiratory illness
  • Chronic asthma
  • Heart disease
  • Cancer

The Environmental Protection Agency lists indoor central heating and cooling systems as one of the potential causes of indoor air pollution. While not every central heating or cooling system causes short-term and long-term illness, yours could be at risk.

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