Indoor air quality is an important aspect of HVAC systems. Poor indoor air quality can cause health problems for occupants, including headaches, fatigue, and respiratory problems. Indoor air quality can be affected by a variety of factors, including outdoor pollution, building materials, and cleaning products.
To improve indoor air quality, building owners and managers should ensure that their HVAC systems are properly designed, installed, and maintained. Proper ventilation is important for removing pollutants and introducing fresh air into the building. Filters should be cleaned or replaced regularly to remove particles from the air.
In addition, building materials and cleaning products should be selected with indoor air quality in mind. Low-VOC paints and cleaners can help reduce the amount of chemicals in the air, and natural building materials can help reduce the amount of pollutants in the air.