Indoor air quality is one of the chief concerns among many health experts worried about environmental effects on our lungs and immune systems. If the outdoor air quality is poor, chances are high that your indoor air quality is not much better. In fact, it’s often much worse.
That’s because your air conditioner runs and recycles air over and over again throughout the day. Stale air that’s full of contaminants can make you sick, or it can severely aggravate your allergies and asthma symptoms. But air conditioning specialists can help make your home’s air cleaner.