Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality has a direct effect on the health and comfort of people in the building or closed spaces. Studies revealed that indoor air is much more polluted than outdoor air. It is important to keep indoor air cleaner as it improves cognition and productivity of employees in the office. There will be fewer instances of people coming in contact with airborne diseases and a reduction in the number of triggers for conditions like asthma and allergies.

Poor indoor air quality can have adverse effects on health including respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, irritation of nose, throat and eyes, headaches, dizziness and much more.

Why Should Indoor Air Quality Be Tested?

People spend most of their time in schools, offices or other closed spaces and are prone to pollutants and other particles present in the air. Testing air quality in these spaces will ensure their safety and overall health. Thus, increasing the quality of work and productivity of workers.

Indoor Air quality can be affected by gases, particulate matters, bacteria, etc and its quality can be improved by using filters, controlling source, proper ventilation.

Indoor air quality for households can be improved by cleaning carpets although it also depends on the number of members in family, pets, smokers etc.