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indoor air quality contractorWhat do you think of when you hear the term "Indoor Air Quality?" Some Monmouth County homeowners are reminded of old buildings that make people sick. That falls in line with a new term, "Indoor Air Pollution." Other people think of those little ionizing machines. Those little gadgets are just gadgets, and they do not affect the entire indoor environment.

New research on indoor air quality reveals the startling fact that merely walking on your home's carpet can release potentially harmful particles into the air. These particles, when inhaled, lodge themselves in your lungs, potentially contributing to health problems like asthma. The most surprising finding of the research? That walking on carpet and sitting on furniture released as many fine particles as vacuuming. This research hints at a much larger problem: poor indoor air quality in the homes of most consumers. Most homes harbor an alarming assortment of potentially toxic chemicals and substances. Carpet particles, as mentioned in this research, are usually made from synthetic fibers derived from petroleum. Their impact on the lungs is largely unknown.

Every Monmouth County Home abounds with potential air quality risks. It is important to deal with these risks the intelligent way. The first step is to prevent the circulation of contaminants at their source. Your home environment is unique. Indoor air quality will depend on humidity, the age of your Monmouth County home, the type of heating, the choice of furnishing and insulation materials, the presence of pets or smokers, and so forth. Balanced management of your whole home environment is the constructive way to healthy living. Keep aware of the risk factors and avoid them where you can.

 

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If you are looking for a Monmouth County or an Ocean County Indoor Air Quality contractor please call us today at 732.409.6734 or complete our online service request form.

 

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