Six Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality Now

Air quality is an important issue to anyone’s health, and many people don’t realize that their health issues and illnesses could be significantly diminished if their air quality was improved. There is much scientific evidence to suggest that the indoor air can be more polluted than the air outdoors, even in industrialized areas.

When people spend eight or more hours a day in the same building, it’s a good idea to determine the quality of the building’s air. Fortunately, there are six easy steps you can take right now to check the air quality of any building, and begin taking steps to fix any issues you find.

1. Review your existing ventilation systems
A ventilation system includes anything that relates to air flow in and out of your building, such as heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) or an exhaust system. Ventilation systems affect the quality of your indoor air. Without proper air exchange, contaminants in the air will remain, building up over time and possibly causing Sick Building Syndrome for you or your coworkers. Make sure your ventilation system is designed and operated to ensure proper air flow. This may involve calling on indoor air quality and HVAC experts to examine your systems and let you know whether they’re sufficient for your building’s size and location.

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