Why Should I Care about Indoor Air Quality?

Posted on July 16, 2016 in Blog

Often, people are too polite to ask this question, but it’s one that many have on their minds:

Why should I care about Indoor Air Quality?

Why Should I Care about Indoor Air Quality?Those in previous generations probably never even thought about Indoor Air Quality. They probably just went about their days without even considering what potentially harmful materials they’ve been exposed to in the air.

But now, in this modern age, we know better. We know that harmful pollutants can often lurk in the air of residential and commercial properties. Effects of exposure may not be seen for many years – decades, even – but it’s still essential that you are aware of the Indoor Air Quality status of the buildings in which you live and work.

Signs of IAQ problems

Make sure you pay attention to the health of your coworkers and family members. If you notice that they are experiencing irritation of the nose, throat, or eyes, dizziness, headache, and lack of energy, there may be issues with the Indoor Air Quality where they live and/or work. Don’t just brush off these symptoms as “no big deal” – long-term effects may include heart disease, respiratory diseases, and even cancer. Make sure the Indoor Air Quality where you live and work is optimal to protect yourself from serious health conditions down the line.

Find out your property’s IAQ’s status today

Now is the perfect time to find out whether harmful contaminants are lurking in your building. Perhaps you own a building or a whole complex of residential or commercial condos, a manufacturing plant, or any other building in Southern California. If so, call H2 Environmental Consulting Services at (800) 524-3578 for immediate assistance. As Southern California’s IAQ experts for over 28 years, we have the knowledge and experience to accurately determine your building’s IAQ status.

Causes of poor IAQ

We’ll set up an appointment to analyze your Indoor Air Quality to determine whether any contamination exists in your building. There are many potential causes of poor indoor quality, including:

  • Dust
  • Poor ventilation
  • Temperature
  • Odors
  • Humidity
  • Gases
  • Chemicals
  • Allergens including fungus and mold
  • Other contaminants

We can definitely test for harmful substances such as carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, ozone, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), and more. We have all the necessary technological tools and techniques to scientifically determine whether any IAQ problems are present in your building. You’re in great hands with H2 Environmental Consulting Services.

Find out the status of your IAQ with a little help from H2 Environmental Consulting Services today. Simply call us at (800) 524-3578 to schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience. If we detect any problems, we can also assist you with improving your IAQ so everyone in your building will be able to breathe much easier. Let us make your building a much safer to be 24/7 – just call us at (800) 524-3578 to get started today.