3 Factors That Affect Your Indoor Air Quality
Seasonal changes require proper maintenance of heating and cooling units. Your HVAC system can directly affect your indoor air quality.
Factors such as humidity, ventilation, and temperature can significantly affect your indoor atmosphere. Here’s how:
Humidity is a tricky factor. High humidity can result in water damage and mold issues. On the other hand, too little moisture can lead to excessive dryness; this can be troublesome for people with sensitive eyes as dryness can eye itchiness.
Prompt maintenance of your HVAC unit ensures that as the seasons change, the humidity levels inside your home don’t affect the quality of air indoors.
Ventilation is one of the most important factors which affect indoor air quality.
If blockage or damaged motor in your HVAC unit results in low ventilation, call a professional right away to prevent issues like suffocation or carbon dioxide concentrations.
Lack of fresh air can also result in headaches, stuffiness and foul odors circulating indoors. Plus, with the pandemic still raging on, it’s important that your home is properly ventilated to prevent COVID-19 transmission.
Indoor temperature affects humidity levels, in addition to your mood and health. Plus, extreme indoor temperatures are a serious health hazard.
So, if you’re experiencing any of these factors and are not happy with the quality of air indoors, then reach out to Melbourne's Premiere AC Service, Florida Breeze!
With services ranging from heating and cooling installation to air conditioner installation and repair and air conditioner system service, we can help you stay comfortable during the unbearable Florida summers. Contact us now at (321) 951-8767 to set the right atmosphere for your home.