Indoor Air Quality

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Because most Americans spend most of their time inside, the truth about air pollution is far different than what most residents imagine. Research actually indicates the air within our dwellings and places of work is frequently far more polluted than the air we are breathing outdoors.

Experts say we need to be aware of the things in the air we breathe inside, like the lead found in house dust. Drifting around in the average residence, studies are finding things like fire-retardants, asbestos, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, radon and other hazardous gases, in addition to mildew, mold, and smoke. Even volatile organic compounds used daily in certain household cleaners and paints are far more prevalent than most people realize.

Because Americans spend, on average, 90 percent of their time inside and because most homes are specifically sealed air tight, these noxious fumes can’t get out. So health officials are working to raise awareness to warn people that Indoor Air Pollution is an important health issue that affects each of us. Homeowners are being urged to give their Indoor Air Quality careful consideration because it affects our health, mood, energy levels and overall well-being in a host of ways.

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What is Indoor Air Quality?

Health officials define Indoor Air Quality as the quality of air inside a home or building, particularly as it relates to the comfort, health, and well-being of the people inside.

By cutting down on or eliminating indoor pollutants that are airborne, you can reduce the risk of health problems significantly. The concern with a lot of indoor air pollution is that many of the health implications aren’t always obvious right after exposure. Sometimes, it can take years before serious health issues are noticeable.

As such, residents need to ask themselves: What kinds of hidden toxins are floating around in the air I breathe in my home?

How Important is Indoor Air Quality?

Maintaining healthy breathing conditions in your home (with optimal air quality) is essential for ideal health and overall wellness.

Americans spend most of their time — an estimated 90 percent of it —indoors, whether it be at home, in an office, or in some sort of restaurant, work building, factory, or warehouse. In many of these kinds of places, experts are finding smoke, aerosol, toxic gases, chemicals, and other types of pollution floating around. A lot of this stuff is known to cause allergies, headaches, fatigue, and other breathing problems, in addition to irritation of the eyes, throat, nose, and skin. On a more serious note, the more severe indoor pollutants can cause heart disease, cancer, respiratory problems, and other grave long-term health conditions.



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Filter out dust, hair, and pet dander from your indoor air with a media air filter.

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Do You Have an Indoor Air Quality Problem?

We at LRF Maintenance, Heating & Cooling hope you’re breathing clean air in your cozy, Central Ohio home. You may be wondering, “do I have an Indoor Air Quality problem?” We’ve put together a list of things to be aware of. Any of our indoor air quality products can improve your indoor air!

Check for Mold and Mildew

Environments that are excessively high in humidity are prone to mold and mildew growth, especially those places lacking proper air circulation. Mold and mildew cause the type of indoor air pollution that can pose health risks. If you are noticing a musty fragrances in your home and you notice green and/or black spots on any of your surfaces (especially around sinks, tubs, toilets and other areas that are exposed to moisture), you should give us a call. We are always happy to help.

Balanced Humidity Levels

We advise homeowners to maintain balanced humidity levels in their homes. If your home lacks humidity, you are more vulnerable to the unhealthy effects of excessively dry air. If you have too much humidity in the air, on the other hand, your air quality isn’t good and your home is at risk for mold growth and mildew, and microbes. The optimal range for levels of humidity in a home is between 30 and 50 percent. Our products are designed to keep you in this range.

Uneven Temperatures

If you have uneven temperature levels in your home, like areas that are always too warm or too cold, this is often a sign of an indoor air quality problem. Anytime an HVAC system fails to properly maintain humidity or temperature levels, the home’s indoor air quality is compromised as a result.

Unpleasant or Strange Odors

If you are detecting any strange odors in your home it’s an obvious indication that you have indoor air quality concerns. Sometimes, these types of smells are emanating from mildew or mold growth, in which case they need to be addressed promptly. Other smells could indicate some kind of pest infestation. Certain odors are clear signs of chemicals in the air. In any case, we recommend you give us a call if you smell anything out of the ordinary. We are more than happy to help.

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3 Ways to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality.

On top of our many effective Indoor Air Quality services and products, we suggest the following 3 tips to promote your home’s air quality:

1.) Always Utilize Proper Ventilation

A lot of indoor air quality problems in modern homes arise out of the kitchen and the bathroom. Always remember, adequate ventilation is important for maintaining optimal indoor air quality.

2.) Make Your Home a “No Smoking” Home

Secondhand smoke from tobacco is the most preventable cause of indoor air pollution, health officials say, and yet it’s among the most harmful.

3.) Keep Rugs and Carpets Clean

Rugs and carpeting actually perform an air quality function similar to an air filter by capturing tiny particles like dust and dirt. Vacuuming once a week can improve the quality of air in your home.

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