Is Indoor Air Quality Worse in Winter?
During the cold months, people tend to huddle indoors away from the frigid temperatures outside. As you spend more time indoors, you may have noticed that you’ve been coughing more often and dealing with a dry throat or itchy eyes. One reason for these changes could be that indoor air quality is usually worse in winter.
Problems With the Heating System
A problematic heating system could cause poor indoor air quality at home. Parts of the system could be malfunctioning, or your house might not have the most energy-efficient heating units. Our team members can diagnose the problem and offer upgrades to boost both indoor air quality and comfort.
Use of Other Appliances
In the winter, you may like to make cookies with the family or try out new roasted recipes for dinner. This increased use of the oven could lead to higher emissions. You may also have a fireplace that emits contaminants. Other appliances, such as the washer and dryer, could also reduce your home’s indoor air quality. Since the windows are likely closed, the emissions have nowhere to go.
Time Spent Indoors
Simply being inside with the windows shut more frequently can lead to reduced indoor air quality. When people and pets enter the home, dust and other particles are tracked inside. Without the circulation of fresh air, these particles can remain trapped.
When you’re concerned about indoor air quality at home, Techno Air Heating, Cooling and Refrigeration can help. We serve the Grove City area and work on commercial and residential properties. In addition to testing and improving indoor air quality, our technicians also work on installing, repairing, and maintaining heating and cooling systems. We offer refrigeration services too. We are available 24 hours a day for emergency work. To speak with a representative and schedule an appointment, contact Techno Air Heating, Cooling, and Refrigeration today.Tags: Indoor Air