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Signs Your Home Has Poor Indoor Air Quality

Poor Indoor Air Quality

Even while poor indoor air quality cannot be seen, it can have an adverse effect on your comfort and health. Keep an eye out for these indications of poor indoor air quality in your home so you can intervene if necessary. At BEAM HVAC, our professionals can assist you if you do experience problems with the quality of the air in your house.

Pay Attention to Your Allergies

Although it may be alluring to blame a recent attack of allergies on a shift in the seasons or in the weather, it is more likely that they are a sensitive reaction to toxins in your interior environment.

Many people develop allergies in response to a variety of substances, and pollen, dust, and other allergens might actually be concentrated more intensely indoors than outdoors. Coughing, sneezing, watery eyes, headaches, bloody noses, and congestion are examples of potential symptoms.

If you are dealing with any of these problems, pay close attention to when your symptoms start and stop. You are probably dealing with poor air quality in that location if you have problems as soon as you enter your office or house and the same symptoms go away as soon as you leave.

Dryness or Irritated Skin

Are you curious as to why your skin is dry, red, or itchy? It might be because of the poor quality of the air if you are unable to identify any other likely causes.

This is caused by how many contaminants are in the air at one time. Your skin becomes dry and loses the ability to absorb nutrients when bacteria and other air contaminants attach to it.

Cold and Warm Spots

Do you observe any hot or cold spots in your house? This is a symptom that the air in your home is not moving about it adequately. There can be problems with your AC system in this situation.

Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Purchasing an air purifier or humidifier might help you avoid health issues brought on by poor air quality. Call BEAM HVAC if you're seeking practical solutions to enhance the quality of the air inside your home.

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