Indoor air quality in residential buildings has become an important issue to homeowners and health professionals. Indoor air pollution studies have identified contaminants that can be present in indoor air. These include formaldehyde, tobacco smoke, and pesticides. Proper ventilation and elimination of the sources of these contaminants are important in maintaining good indoor air quality. The following are recommendations to improve ventilation inside the home.
- Follow a regularly maintenance schedule for your HVAC system.
- Install high efficiency filters in the HVAC system.
- Consultant with a HVAC professional to ensure your system is properly designed for your home.
- Use exhaust fans in problem areas: bathrooms, kitchen, and hobby rooms to exhaust contaminants generated inside the home.
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