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Maintenance & Preventive Actions

As we go about our daily lives, we are all exposed to a variety of health risks. Driving a car, travelling in a plane, participating in recreational activities, and being exposed to environmental pollutants all carry some risk. Some risks are unavoidable. Some of them we choose to accept since refusing to would limit our freedom to live our lives as we like. Some risks, on the other hand, are ones we may choose to avoid if we had the opportunity to do so. Indoor air pollution is one risk to which you can respond.

Three Basic Strategies

Source Control

Typically, the most effective strategy to enhance indoor air quality is to eliminate or reduce particular sources of pollution. Some sources, such as those containing asbestos, can be sealed or enclosed, while others, such as gas stoves, can be adjusted to reduce emissions. Because improving ventilation can raise energy costs, source management is often a more cost-effective strategy to safeguard indoor air quality than increasing ventilation.

Ventilation Improvements

Increasing the amount of outdoor air that enters your home is another way to reduce the amounts of indoor air pollutants. The majority of home heating and cooling systems, including forced air heating systems, do not provide fresh air mechanically. When the weather permits, open windows and doors, operate window or attic fans, or run a window air conditioner with the vent control open to boost the outdoor ventilation rate. Local bathroom or kitchen fans that exhaust outside eliminate impurities from the room where they are installed while simultaneously increasing the pace of outdoor air circulation.

Air Cleaners

Air cleaners come in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from inexpensive table top versions to sophisticated and pricey whole-house systems. Some air cleaners are extremely good at removing particles, while others, such as most table-top ones, are not. Air cleaners shall be designed to remove dust pollutants (such as PM2.5, PM1), gaseous pollutants (such as VOCs, formaldehyde, odour, other harmful gases), bio pollutants (such as bacteria, virus, mold, fungus etc.)

Develop Your Plan

An IAQ preventive maintenance plan will help you develop a proactive approach for the routine inspection, cleaning, adjustment, and repair of building structures and systems, including the HVAC system, local exhaust ventilation, and flooring. IAQ preventive maintenance plays a major role in protecting building occupants health and performance through air quality maintenance, including temperature and humidity, by ensuring that the building systems are operating effectively and efficiently.

Our team at Air Exchange Solution is positioned with excitement, proficiency, and a wealth of expertise to provide you with a better indoor air quality system. So what are you waiting for? Give yourself healthy air and environment, we are here to help you in this.

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