One of the things that can impact your health the most is the quality of the air you breathe, so it’s important to make sure your air is clean and free of contaminants. Our team at Integral Choice Corp. has extensive experience in dealing with issues of poor air quality, and we can help you improve the air in your home to ensure you and everyone else in your building can breathe easy. In this article, we will go over a few signs of poor air quality—if you notice any of these occurring around your home or business, you should give us a call to schedule an air quality inspection.
• Musty Smells. One sign of poor air quality is the presence of musty or damp odors. Moisture issues encourage mold growth, and mold spores negatively affect your air quality, and both moisture and mold can lead to these unpleasant odors. If any part of your building starts to take on a musty smell, we recommend you schedule an air quality inspection as soon as possible.
• Condensation. Another indicator that you should be worried about your air quality is the presence of condensation on your walls or windows. As we mentioned above, moisture issues can lead to mold problems, which will lead to a variety of problems, including air quality issues. If moisture is condensing inside your building, you should schedule an air quality inspection.
• Health Symptoms. A third thing to pay attention to when it comes to assessing your indoor air quality is your respiratory health. If you start to experience frequent respiratory symptoms, such as coughs, sneezing, or allergies, then it’s likely that your air quality is to blame.