5-facts-about-indoor-air-pollution

To maintain these pollutants at acceptable levels, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) has established minimum quantities of fresh outdoor air that is to be supplied to buildings in order to dilute and flush out these pollutants. Therefore, it is common practice to measure CO2 levels to determine if these recommended quantities […]

Guide to Indoor Air Quality Devices

WHY DOES INDOOR AIR QUALITY MATTERS Health and safety concerns are a growing part of air quality assessment. Airborne biological substances, gases, vapors and particles can cause adverse reactions in certain individuals, depending on their sensitivity to particular substances and concentrations. Some of these ever-present, unwanted contaminants are potentially toxic, infectious, allergenic, irritating or otherwise […]

air quaility test

Air quality test is an important test to have conducted to ensure your home does not contain indoor air pollution. If the air in your home is poor it can cause chronic lung diseases. These are serious illness and infections like asthma or lung cancer and can also cause: Headaches Fatigue Nausea Nasal congestion Dry […]