Improving Indoor Air Quality With Whole House Fans

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Why you should improve your home’s indoor air quality

  • Reduce long-term effects on your health
  • Get rid of nasty indoor air pollutants
  • Minimize your exposure to biological or chemical pollutants
  • Can potentially negate respitory and heart diseases
  • Improve your beathing while sleeping

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Your Indoor Air Quality
Is Extremely Important

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Indoor air pollution and your health

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in definition is the air quality in a home, building, structures, and any closed environments that have occupants. It also relates to the health and comfort of the occupants as well. Having the basic understanding of what items, products, or even furniture that produce pollutants indoors can help reduce the risk of indoor health concerns. Pollutants can produce unhealthy effects that can be damaging to your health immediately or years later. 

Being exposed repeatedly to indoor air pollutants can bring immediate and long-term health effects. Immediate effect symptoms include irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat, dizziness, fatigue, and headaches. Long-term effect symptoms include respiratory diseases, heart disease and cancer. These long-term effects can be weakening to your health and possibly fatal.

What causes indoor air pollution

Indoor air pollution sources that produce gases or release particles into the air are the primary causes of indoor air quality problems. Many studies have shown that indoor air pollution is due to not having proper ventilation. This causes to increase indoor air pollution levels to rise as there is no way to exhaust the pollutants out of the living area.
Here are some common sources of indoor air pollutants:

  • Stoves
  • Smoking
  • Building materials such as flooring, carpet, and upholstery
  • Cabinetry or furniture made out of pressed wood
  • Products that are made for household cleaning, personal care, and maintenance
  • Central heating and cooling systems like air conditioning and humidification devices
  • Excess moisture
  • Outdoor sources like radon, pesticides and extreme amounts of outdoor air pollution.

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Improving your home ventilation can greatly improve your indoor air quality

Outdoor air can greatly improve the indoor air quality in a home. A process known as infiltration, outdoor air can flow through buildings and openings, cracks in walls, floors, ceilings, doors, and windows. Infiltration in simple terms is natural ventilation. You can improve your home’s ventilation with products like whole house fans and attic fans. These products help force outdoor air in through your home and out through the attic space. This process also flushes out indoor air pollutants in a short amount of time increasing the indoor air quality of your home.

Sources of indoor air pollutants

There are more sources of indoor air pollutants that can remain in the air for long periods of time. These sources include:

  • Asbestos
  • Biological Pollutants
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Formaldehyde/Presswood
  • Lead
  • Nitrogen Dioxide
  • Pesticides
  • Radon
  • Indoor Particulate Matter
  • Tabacco Smoke
  • Stores and Heaters
  • Fireplaces/Chimneys
  • Volatile Organic Compounds

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Eliminating indoor air pollutants

Eliminating indoor air pollutants is as easy as just opening up your windows and letting fresh air flow through your home. But just opening a few windows wont get rid of all the air pollutants right away. It’s why having great home ventilation is important and there are more and more products and systems being manufactured that helps with home ventilation. Whole house fan systems are the go-to choice for any type of affordable home ventilation. Whole house fans can also exhaust all the indoor air pollution in a home within minutes. This is one way to eliminate indoor air pollutants.

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QuietCool Whole House Fan Installation in Riverside County

We install QuietCool Ventilation Systems for homeowners in  all of Riverside County and San Bernardino County. We are professional and licensed whole house fan installers within Beaumont, Moreno Valley, Redlands, Riverside, San Bernardino, Rancho Cucamonga and surrounding areas. With a 5-Star rating and positive reviews from our customers, we are the top choice when it comes to installing a whole house fan in your home. If you choose us we promise incredible prices, extremely smooth and clean installation. Don’t wait and get a free quote today!


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