Gas Engineers Blog: Archive for the ‘Indoor Air Quality’ Category

Factors That Lower Your Indoor Air Quality (And What to Do About Them)

Monday, September 24th, 2018

Low indoor air quality is a common problem in many homes across the country. Most people think of low indoor air quality as a mild inconvenience, but high levels of pollutants in your home cause respiratory issues and exacerbate cold and flu symptoms. If you want to improve the level of your indoor air quality in Birmingham, AL it’s important to understand the causes of poor air quality. We’ll walk you through a few simple causes and tell you how our amazing technicians at Gas Engineers can fix them.

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Ductless Heat Pump Indoor Air Quality Pros and Cons

Monday, August 27th, 2018

ductless-ac-blowing-cold-airHave you been weighing the options between the traditional ducts and ductless? If you’ve been doing your research, you’ve most likely heard countless good things about ductless AC systems. However, that information will be mostly about energy savings and their effectiveness in winter.

It’s less common to find information about indoor air quality. This is a problem, because if indoor air quality is a big concern for you as a homeowner, then you might be surprised to find that the traditional advice about air quality doesn’t always apply to ductless systems.

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Factors That Lower Indoor Air Quality

Monday, July 30th, 2018

mold-on-wallCan you think of something that would serve as a detriment to your employee’s health, comfort, and ability to work?

No, the answer is not “social media addiction.”

What we’re talking about is indoor air quality. Low indoor air quality is characterized by a high number of indoor pollutants, contaminants, and otherwise unfavorable conditions in the air. In this post, we’ll show you just a few factors that contribute to low indoor air quality.

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Causes of Poor Indoor Air Quality in the Workplace

Monday, July 16th, 2018

airborne-microbesAre your employees complaining about allergies? Are they taking more sick days than usual? You could blame it on allergy season, and a lot of people do. But when you’re the owner of the business or building, you can’t say there aren’t things you could be doing to improve this situation.

Namely, air filtration and purifiers can make a significant impact on reducing the number of airborne contaminants that lead to poor indoor air quality.

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