Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) can trigger allergies and contribute to illnesses.

Studies and evidence continue to link poor indoor air quality with respiratory problems like asthma and poor health. Pollutants and chemicals in the air that people breathe in their homes and workplaces can trigger allergies, spread germs and, in some extreme cases, lead to diseases like lung cancer and pneumonia. According to the American Lung Association, poor indoor air quality also contributes to headaches, fatigue, nausea, nasal congestion, dry eyes and other symptoms. Contaminants like mold, secondhand smoke, dead skin cells, dust, chemicals from cleaning products and many other elements can dirty the air that people breathe indoors.

Fortunately, people can take actions to improve the quality of indoor air. Quality ventilation systems allow fresh air into homes and buildings, pushing dirty air out and reducing the levels of unclean air. Proper maintenance of your HVAC system, including regularly changing your air filter, will help the HVAC system run more efficiently and allow the filter to trap more indoor pollutants in the air. If frequent illnesses seem to impact your family or workforce, indoor air quality may have something to do with it. A Star Air Conditioning, one of the best Broward HVAC contractors, helps residential customers and businesses improve their indoor air quality (IAQ).

Call the company at (954) 761-2600 to schedule a visit from one of the company’s experienced Fort Lauderdale HVAC technicians. A Star Air Conditioning will run tests on the quality of your air, check your air ducts and ventilation system, and make recommendations on how you can breathe cleaner indoor air.

To breathe cleaner indoor air, call the experts of A Star Air Conditioning today.