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Seasonal allergies can be a real pain in the neck, eyes, ears, throat, and more. Unfortunately, so can the symptoms of poor indoor air quality (IAQ)! So, how can you tell which is which? Here is what you need to know about how your South Jersey home can affect your health, and how Bovio Rubino Service can help.
The Many Symptoms of Poor Indoor Air Quality
The air inside a home is easily contaminated, and once harmful particles enter your breathing air they can recirculate, over and over.
Signs Your Home May Have Poor IAQ
- Excessive dust
- Mold growth
- Condensation on basement walls
- Dirty or clogged air filters
- Air leaks around windows & doors or indoor drafts
Physical Symptoms of Poor IAQ
- Frequent headaches
- Sinus congestion (post nasal drip, stuffy nose)
- Sneezing, coughing, or wheezing
These symptoms can be caused by a concentrated amount of the following air pollutants:
- Pollen & other allergens
- Pet dander
- VOCs (volatile organic compounds)
- Carbon monoxide
Preventing Issues from Poor IAQ
While seasonal allergies can often be handled with advice from a medical professional, solving your poor IAQ issues can be done with a trusted heating, cooling, and ventilation expert that understands how your home works as an interconnected system. At Bovio Rubino Service, we help homeowners improve their air quality by reducing the infiltration of unfiltered outside air, and increasing filtration and ventilation inside the home to give harmful particles a path back outside.
We do this through the following home improvements:
- Air sealing
- Insulation upgrades
- Proper whole home ventilation
- Duct cleaning
- And more!
Want to know how to improve your indoor air quality, make your home more comfortable, and potentially decrease your energy bills? Schedule an energy audit and ask about improving your IAQ with Bovio Rubino Service!
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