You count on your home to be a comfortable haven—and when it’s not, it’s time to investigate. If your home leaves you feeling unwell, you may be suffering from poor indoor air quality.
What Is Indoor Air Quality?
According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air quality refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures as it relates to the health and comfort of its occupants. Indoor air quality is affected by temperature, humidity, ventilation, and chemical or biological contaminants found within the building.
Monitoring your air quality helps your facility by:
- Staying ahead of any potentially harmful airborne chemicals and hazards
- Minimizing your facility’s environmental effect
- Lowering long-term maintenance costs
- Keeping your staff safe
Air Comfort offers premium heating and cooling management for handling outside air.