Your Guide to Indoor Air Quality and Your Health
In order to survive, you need essentials in your everyday life. You need water, light, food and air to sustain life. Without one of these elements, you would not be able to survive. And, one of the most important necessities is having access to clean air to breathe. However, indoor air quality is a major concern.
- EPA Information on Indoor Air Quality
- Indoor Air Safety and Health Information from OSHA
- Indoor Air Pollution
- A Guide to Indoor Air Pollution and Quality
- A Definition of Indoor Air Quality
Poor indoor air quality can lead to a number of health issues. Having poor air quality can lead to problems with allergies, asthma or even lung cancer. Air health problems come from a variety of sources. They include mold, pollen, animal dander, dust mites, second hand smoke, radon, and asbestos.
To combat the problems related to the poorer quality of indoor air, it is important to address the problems as soon as they become evident. These solutions could include simple methods such as vacuuming on a regular basis, removing allergens from the living space or more involved methods such as renovating the space to remove the cause of the problem.
An air purifier with advanced technology will clean your air of the harmful contaminants that cause poor indoor air quality. The iAdaptAir® uses a true HEPA filter to trap contaminants and is especially good against allergens. The IonicAir™ utilizes multiple methods of ionization to neutralize contaminants and is recommended for mold and odor control.
To learn more about good and bad indoor air quality and the problems associated, please review the following information and resources. Please feel free to use this information to help keep your indoor air flow safe, and everyone healthy and happy.
Additional Indoor Air Quality Information
- Indoor Air Pollution Sources
- Mold and Moisture
- Mold and Indoor Air Quality
- IAQ Mold Resources
- Tips to Control Indoor Allergens
- Knowing the Asthma Triggers in the Home
- Pet Dander
- Pet Allergens
- Animal Related Allergens
- Dust Mites and Dust
- Radon and Indoor Health Quality
- Information on Radon and Air Quality
- A Citizen's Guide to Radon
- Asbestos Overview
- Air Quality and Asbestos
- Cleaning to Reduce Indoor Air Pollutants