Risks of Bad Air Quality
According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air can be polluted from two to five times higher than outdoor air. The World Health Organization also states that polluted indoor air is one of the world’s greatest environmental health risks and the average percentage of the Americans who stay indoors is approximately 90 percent.
On the other hand, the indoor sources of air pollution are excess moisture, furnishings such as carpets, flooring, and furniture. Cooling and heating products like air conditioners and humidifiers, and fuel-burning appliances such as ovens, stoves, heaters, dryers, and so on contribute to indoor air pollution.
These are some of the long-term health risks of bad indoor air quality:
How to Improve Indoor Air Quality?
Ultraviolet systems employed by Caloosa Cooling are the modern discovery in protecting our respiratory health while we are inside the buildings. For 65 years, the treatment of Ultraviolet in band C (UVC) has been used in hospitals, laboratories, barbershops, and pharmaceutical plants to kill microorganisms.
Aside from using UVC, Caloosa Cooling also helps to protect the health of your family, by performing different indoor quality control services to reduce allergies and irritants that come into your home.
However, you can also do these simple tips to help with the air quality around your space:
Caloosa Cooling Provides The Best Solutions For Indoor Air Quality in Fort Myers and Cape Coral FL
Indoor air pollutants can be a lot toxic to your family’s health than outdoor contaminants. A typical family spends most of their time at home and in their bedrooms exposed to dust, air particulates, and air contaminants.
Having to air a pleasing quality filter and air quality products enables to enhance the overall well-being and health while also giving convenience to the homeowners. To guarantee quality indoor air, Caloosa Cooling is what you are looking for.
What you are breathing is as vital as the comfort of your air. Caloosa Cooling can assist you with clean air solutions.
We have technicians that are experts at diagnosing and advising air quality solutions including: