There are a number of sources that poor indoor air quality can originate from. For instance, pollen, pet dander and other allergens can make their way into your home from the outdoors, simply due to an open door or even a clogged HVAC air filter.
Your indoor air quality can also be negatively impacted by the cleaning products that you use, as well as seemingly harmless odors from cooking and baking, something that has been done in excess in recent weeks. Given that it’s winter, you can probably add in the use of your fireplace as well as the use of scented candles as adversaries to your indoor air quality.
The Dangers of Poor Indoor Air Quality
Poor indoor air quality is more than just an inconvenience—it can be unhealthy. By not addressing your indoor air quality needs, you are neglecting the dust, dirt, pollen, and even mold and mold spores that could be present in your home, and could very well be making members of your family ill. This is particularly true if anyone in your household already suffers from allergies or asthma.
Finding a Whole-House Solution
Perhaps you have room air cleaners. These are great if you have a studio apartment—maybe. However they are simply insufficient for homes with multiple rooms. They cannot clean the air throughout your entire home, rendering them useless. They don’t address pollutants and contaminants that can circulate throughout your entire home, whereas a fully functional whole-home air filtration solution will leave cleaner air in every room, and help you stay healthier.
ACI Northwest only offers air purifiers with the highest consumer ratings, such as the Lennox PureAir™ system. To learn more about this system and the other quality indoor air products and services we offer throughout Coeur d’Alene, ID and beyond, contact us today!