The term "indoor air quality (IAQ)", interpreted broadly, refers to the environmental characteristics inside buildings that may affect human health, comfort, or work performance.
IAQ characteristics include the concentrations of (amounts of) pollutants in indoor air, as well as air temperature and humidity. Concentrations of pollutants on indoor surfaces that may be contacted by people, and indoor lighting and acoustic (noise) conditions are also often considered aspects of IAQ.
When people are indoors, they are exposed to air pollutants generated from indoor sources and to air pollutants that enter the building with outdoor air.
A broad range of health effects may result from indoor pollutant exposures. Some pollutants increase the risk of cancers or other very serious health effects. IAQ conditions depend upon the design, construction, maintenance, and operation of a building and on the outdoor environmental conditions.
Determining which air cleaning system is best suited to your needs depends on a variety of factors. Before recommending a solution, one of our highly trained air quality experts will determine what types of indoor pollution are present, where they are coming from, and which systems are most efficient at removing them.Remember, an air filter is designed to protect your unit, while an air cleaner is designed to protect your lungs. Contact us today for the right solution for your home or office.