People often have the false assumption that the air inside their home or office is clean by default. However, there can be a number of harmful and irritating particles hiding in the air you’re breathing indoors. It’s a good idea to be active in keeping your home air clean. The same is true for office buildings.
Truly clean indoor air provides a number of benefits for both you and anyone else entering the building.
Allergies are the result of your immune system reacting to foreign particles and substances. They are often activated by pollen and pet hair floating around the air. While pollen allergies are often associated with the outdoors, these particles can easily infiltrate your home. Actively keeping the air clean can remove the presence of these harmful particles, reducing allergic reactions and allowing you to breathe easily.
If you find your allergies aren’t any better when you’re inside, you’re likely suffering from dirty air.
Asthma is a condition that causes your airways to narrow and swell, resulting in difficult breathing and possibly coughing. Though asthma is often seen as a simple inconvenience, it can be a life threating condition. Dirty air can significantly increase the chances of an acute asthma attack, leaving the person struggling to breath. If you, a friend, or a family member has asthma, clean air is a must.
Poor air quality is harder on your body, reducing your oxygen intake while making it more difficult to breath. In fact, dirty air has been linked to heart disease, diabetes, and more. Clean air is simply better for you. It can be especially beneficial for people who workout in their homes, allowing them to breathe deeply as they work up a sweat.
Odors and unpleasant smells are ultimately the result of particles floating through the air and into your nose. Stale, unclean air is more likely to hold onto these unpleasant particles, resulting in a constant unpleasant scent that lingers in your home or office building.
There are a number of action steps you can take to keep your home or workplace’s air fresh. Air purification systems actively remove unwanted particles from the air, resulting in cleaner, fresher air. Checking your home’s air for radon can ensure that you and your family are safe from its harmful effects.
And making sure your air ducts are inspected and cleaned as needed can help remove dust and other irritating particles.
If you’re looking to keep your home or office building’s air clean and fresh, Air Duct Cleaning & Radon Company can help. We provide radon testing, air purification, and air duct cleaning services in the Dayton, Ohio area. Contact us today to learn what we can do for you!