Are you experiencing indoor headaches? Your home or business most likely has poor indoor air quality (IAQ).
Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) can cause severe indoor headaches, fatigue and depression.
Indoor headaches are common because most people spend the majority of their time indoors, as much as 90 percent of the time people are indoors.
Studies by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have revealed that poor indoor air quality (IAQ) can cause the following lifetime symptoms:
- Year long allergies
- Eye irritation
- Skin irritation
- Sore throats/ Colds/ flu like symptoms
- Memory loss/ dizziness
- Chronic depression
- Heart disease
- Reproductive disorders
- Respiratory disease
How can you prevent poor indoor air quality (IAQ)?
- You should have your HVAC systems and Dehumidifier cleaned by a professional. Standing water, dust mites, mold and mildew can all endanger your health. Have your dehumidifier and HVAC systems regular maintenance for the best indoor air quality.
- Mold and clogged air ducts are the main reason why indoor headaches occur. You will know mold or clogged air ducts are present in the home when you experience chronic headaches in specific rooms/ locations of the home. Mold remediation specialists at Advance Mold Remediation are here to provide excellent mold remediation services to address these situations.
- Prevent stale air and carbon dioxide from re-circulating the indoor environment by having the ductwork disinfected.
Good Indoor air quality is important for the comfort and health of people and animals alike.
If your indoor environment has poor ventilation, temperature control issues, or frequent high or low humidity, it’s time to hire a professional such as Advance Mold Environment to restore good indoor air quality.
You do not have to suffer from Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) because of a contaminated HVAC system or excessive mold growth.
Advance Mold Environment, a mold remediation and environment restoration company, can inspect your home or commercial business for asbestos, mold and lead exposure, water damage restoration services, and more.
For professional help and questions on mold remediation, contact Advance Mold Remediation by calling 1-877-411-MOLD or click here today!