Allergies and Indoor Air Quality for Your Facility

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 19.1 million U.S. citizens suffer hay and respiratory system diseases fever caused by poor indoor quality annually. Typical allergy-related illnesses linked to indoor air quality include sneezing, itchy eyes, scratching of the skin, runny noses, stuffy nose, wheezing, and sniffles.

When you live in a house with pollen, mold, animal dander, or dust, the likelihood of contacting asthma attacks and respiratory problems is high always. Luckily, if you live in San Francisco, San Jose, CA, or the larger Silicon Valley region, you have the means to prevent allergens from affecting your health. There are several ways to ensure excellent indoor air quality.

The control of the humidity levels eliminates the allergens that affect the health of your family. Humidity is a contributor to mold growth. HVAC systems can balance the moisture levels and help to keep indoor humidity levels between 30 and 50 percent. HVAC installations that comprise ceiling fans are quite good at reducing moisture buildup improving air circulation. While at the also ask a CA air conditioning expert to install a home dehumidifier and window AC equipment as a solution to moisture problems in your residence.

HVAC Solutions for Better Air Quality in Homes

Dirty air makes an AC air filters to work harder, which allows debris and dust to re-circulate inside the office or home. Pets can worsen the situation since the blocked air filters cannot trap dander perfectly. The solution lies in the replacement of AC air filters. Changing your filter, preferably on a monthly basis, helps to lower the levels of indoor pollution.

Portable air purifiers can eliminate airborne odor and contaminants. People may bring in dust, dirt, and all forms of pollutants as come from the outdoor compound. To cut down on the allergens, the steps below are necessary:

  • Use a HEPA vacuuming machine to reduce pollutants such as pollen, dust, or dander on carpets, walls, and furniture.
  • Use microfiber mops to clean up allergens.
  • Place a floor mat at the entrance to trap any dirt on shoes.
  • An air purifier with HEPA filters equipment will not only help the family to breath easily but also protect you from allergic illnesses.

HVAC solutions in industrial, commercial, or residential premises, and excellent indoor air quality in Silicon Valley, or educational institutions and government facilities in San Francisco or San Jose, call HVAC specialist (408) 295-2182