Indoor Air Quality FAQs
Why is indoor air quality important?
On average, we spend about 90 percent of our time indoors; 65 percent of which is spent at home. Add to these statistics EPA studies that show pollutant levels inside can be two to five times higher than outdoors.
How do I know what indoor air quality solutions are right for me?
From air humidifiers and air purifiers to HEPA filters and UV lights, there are many ways you can improve your indoor air quality. Contact a Kiefer professional to determine which IAQ solutions make the most sense for your needs and budget.
What factors impact indoor air quality?
The main factors that can affect indoor air quality are: ventilation, humidity levels, exposure to chemicals (Volatile Organic Compounds or VOCs from paint, flooring, etc.) and HVAC issues (i.e., dirty air filters, excessive dryness or humidity, etc.).