Indoor Air Quality FAQs
Our Experts Answer Your Top Indoor Air Quality FAQs
The quality of your indoor air is one of the most important factors of both your home comfort and health. To help you better understand what exactly it is, the experts at Interstate Heating are answering your top questions here in our indoor air quality FAQs. Read through our tips below and call us at 262-246-4772.
1. How Often Do I Need to Replace My Air Filter?
2. Why Do I Need an Air Cleaner?
Indoor air is often more polluted than outdoor air, usually because contaminants are trapped inside and accumulate over time. Simple things like household cleaners, cooking, air fresheners, or scented candles all contribute to poor indoor air quality, as do fumes from paint and carpeting. Dust, pollen, and pollutants also play a big role in negative air quality.
An air cleaner helps filter all those dust particles and other contaminants from your home, helping you breathe easier.
3. How Important Is Indoor Humidity?
Bad humidity affects not only your comfort at home, but also your health. Ideally, your home humidity levels should fall between 35 and 50 percent. If your air is too dry, you could be susceptible to dry skin, sore throats, and frequent colds or flus—if it’s too humid, you could have problems with bad allergies, mold and mildew, and that uncomfortable hot and sticky feeling.
Humidifiers and dehumidifiers are perfect ways to keep your home’s moisture levels in check.
4. How Often Should I Run My Furnace or Air Conditioner Fan?
5. How Can I Fix Hot and Cold Spots in My House?
Looking for more indoor air quality FAQs? Our team is ready to answer your questions. Call us at 262-246-4772 and see why more homeowners and home builders turn to us for answers.
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