Are there any special considerations for repairing an indoor air quality system?

In general, the most effective way to improve indoor air quality is to eliminate or control sources of pollution or reduce their emissions. Another important approach that goes hand in hand with pollution control is to use mechanical ventilation to reduce the concentrations of pollutants in your home by increasing the amount of outdoor air that enters the interior. A third strategy, air cleaning, complements source control and ventilation. Source management is the action of identifying, avoiding, isolating, or eliminating a source of air pollution.

It is one of the most important strategies because it addresses the root causes of Iraq's problems. For example, policies must be implemented for the selection of carpets, furniture and equipment that have low pollutant emission rates. Air pollutants and the way they affect the HVAC system, allergens such as pollen, pet dander and dust not only irritate the skin, but can also damage the HVAC system. A normal air filter can only capture up to 5% of these allergens in the air; the rest can build up in the system and circulate throughout the house after the heating or cooling is turned on.

Your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system can also accumulate bacteria and viruses that can be harmful to your health. By installing an effective air quality system, the presence of these pollutants in the air can be significantly reduced. With an air quality system, the whole family can enjoy cleaner, healthier air without these potentially harmful air pollutants.