Pollution can be a contributor to a number of known health problems, and while you may be exposed when outdoors to poor air quality, HVAC experts recommend creating a safer environment inside your home. Your cooling and heating system has much to do with how healthy the air inside your home is, but even the highest- quality units sometimes need help from an air purifier.… Continue Reading
We spend a lot of time indoors nowadays, which is why it’s important to ensure that the air we’re breathing is clean and free of pollutants. Compared to outdoor air, indoor air is more dense, with a higher concentration of air pollutants coming from various sources such as vents, windows and air conditioning units. A lot of office workers fall ill due to these pollutants, which is why it’s important to keep clean air circulating in order to help everyone stay healthy and productive.
In today’s post, your indoor air quality HVAC specialist, Cooper Brothers, shares tips on how to improve your workplace’s indoor air quality.
Not many homeowners realize that in the United States, the average home’s indoor air has up to 200 times more pollution than the outdoor air. Indeed, a typical family often generates such pollutants as smoke, dust, pollen, and other irritants every single day. Worse, they get recycled and circulated around the home via your HVAC system…. Continue Reading
Most of us may think of air pollution as something outside our homes and offices – haze, smog, low level ozone etc. The fact is the air inside our houses and offices can be as polluted as the outside air. The invisible culprits are household dust (lead), fire-retardants, formaldehyde, radon, chemicals from fragrances in conventional cleaners and fresheners and even deodorants and synthetic perfumes…. Continue Reading
Underfloor heating systems are embedded inside the floor panels to radiate heat throughout the room or house. There are some unique benefits in employing this type of heating system. One of them is that the indoor air quality of homes with underfloor heating systems is far more superior and positive when compared with that of home with a normal heater. Underfloor heaters go well with cold flooring materials such as slate, tiles, concrete and terrazzo. … Continue Reading