Maintaining healthy levels of indoor air quality, or IAQ, is important year-round. In the summer, though, there are different factors that may affect your home's indoor air quality. Understanding when your home's IAQ levels are too low and the various ways to strengthen the air quality is important to staying healthy.
Air pollution, breathing in smoke, and allergies due to dust and pollen are common concerns when spending time outside. But have you ever thought about what you're breathing in when inside?
Are you experiencing unexplained eye, nose, and throat irritation? Headaches and fatigue? Or even respiratory issues? There is likely a very simple underlying issue: your indoor air quality.
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced a plethora of changes to our daily lives, from the health measures we take, to the places we go, to the altered schedules we now follow. But one of the biggest adjustments for adults has been the switch to working from home (WFH).