Where air pollutants can come from

I did not know that it was possible to have indoor air pollution even worse than outdoor air, while you may not see a lot of debris flying around in the home as you would outside, your indoor air could be more dangerous in terms of quality because of the restricted airflow or air circulation, but the outdoor air circulates, hence the pollution is likely to dissipate faster than the indoor one where the air is confined! It is even worse if you do not have an AC to help with the air conditioning.

  • What could be causing the high pollution levels inside your home? The first culprit and the most familiar in almost all households are the volatile organic compounds.

These are pollutants that result from the chemicals you use to scrub your house. It could also come from plastics, paints and wood boards, then surprisingly paint that has been on your wall for years could still be a source of indoor air pollution long after it has dried! Another familiar source of indoor pollution is tobacco smoke. This affects smokers who are not willing to smoke outside the house; Even if you have a way of purifying the air or making it smell fresh, the smoke will find its way to the heating and A/C system and the odor will still be blown back into the home causing air pollution. The solution is either you stop smoking or do it outside the house. Exhausts can also be a serious cause of air pollution, especially when they bring in carbon monoxide. These exhausts from oil furnaces, ovens and fireplaces are not well vented. Biological agents can also cause pollution, so you need to be tactful.

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Indoor air quality can be just as bad as outdoor air

I did not know that it was possible to have indoor air pollution even worse than outdoor air.

While you may not see a lot of debris flying around in the house as you would outside, your indoor air could be more dangerous in terms of quality because of the restricted airflow or air circulation.

The outdoor air circulates, hence the pollution is likely to dissipate faster than the indoor one where the air is confined. It is even worse if you do not have an AC to help with the air! But what could be causing the high pollution levels inside your home? The first culprit and the most common in almost all households are the volatile organic compounds. These are pollutants that result from the chemicals you use to scrub your house. It could also come from plastics, paints and wood boards, but surprisingly paint that has been on your wall for years could still be a source of indoor air pollution long after it has dried! Another common source of indoor pollution is tobacco smoke. This affects smokers who are not willing to smoke outside the house, but even if you have a way of purifying the air or making it smell fresh, the smoke will find its way to the HVAC system and the smell will still be blown back into the house causing air pollution. The solution is either you stop smoking or do it outside the house. Exhausts can also be a drastic cause of air pollution, especially when they bring in carbon monoxide. These exhausts from gas furnaces, ovens and fireplaces are not well vented. Biological agents can also cause pollution, so you need to be tactful.

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Your home’s indoor air could be contaminated

I did not know that it was possible to have indoor air pollution even worse than outdoor air, but while you may not see a lot of debris flying around in the house as you would outside, your indoor air could be more dangerous in terms of quality because of the restricted airflow or air circulation.

The outdoor air circulates, hence the pollution is likely to dissipate faster than the indoor one where the air is confined. It is even worse if you do not have an A/C to help with the air conditioning, but what could be causing the high pollution levels inside your home? The first culprit and the most familiar in almost all households are the volatile organic compounds. These are pollutants that result from the chemicals you use to wash your house. It could also come from plastics, paints, and wood boards, but surprisingly paint that has been on your wall for years could still be a source of indoor air pollution long after it has dried! Another familiar source of indoor pollution is tobacco smoke. This affects smokers who are not willing to smoke outside the house. Even if you have a way of purifying the air or making it smell fresh, the smoke will find its way to the HVAC system, and the stink will still be blown back into the house causing air pollution. The solution is either you stop smoking or do it outside the house. Exhausts can also be a drastic cause of air pollution, especially when they bring in carbon monoxide. These exhausts from heating systems, ovens, and fireplaces are not well vented biological agents that can also cause pollution, so you need to be tactful.

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What causes high pollution levels inside your home?

I did not know that it was possible to have indoor air pollution even worse than outdoor air.

While you may not see a lot of debris flying around in the house as you would outside, your indoor air could be more dangerous in terms of quality because of the restricted airflow or air circulation! The outdoor air circulates, hence the pollution is likely to dissipate faster than the indoor one where the air is confined! It is even worse if you do not have an A/C to help with the air conditioner.

What could be causing the high pollution levels inside your home? The first culprit and the most common in almost all households are the volatile organic compounds. These are pollutants that result from the chemicals you use to clean your house. It could also come from plastics, paints and wood boards. Surprisingly paint that has been on your wall for years could still be a source of indoor air pollution long after it has dried, another official source of indoor pollution is tobacco smoke. This affects smokers who are not willing to smoke outside the house, and even if you have a way of purifying the air or making it odor fresh, the smoke will find its way to the heating and A/C system and the smell will still be blown back into the house causing air pollution. The solution is either you stop smoking or do it outside the house. Exhausts can also be a serious cause of air pollution, especially when they bring in carbon monoxide. These exhausts from furnaces, ovens and fireplaces are not well vented. biological agents can also cause pollution, so you need to be tactful.

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Indoor air pollution

I did not know that it was possible to have indoor air pollution even worse than outdoor air.

While you may not see a lot of debris flying around in the house as you would outside, your indoor air could be more dangerous in terms of quality because of the restricted airflow or air circulation.

The outdoor air circulates; hence the pollution is likely to dissipate faster than the indoor one where the air is confined. It is even worse if you do not have an AC to help with the air conditioning. But what could be causing the high pollution levels inside your home? The first culprit and the most common in almost all households are the volatile organic compounds. These are pollutants that result from the chemicals you use to clean your house. It could also come from plastics, paints, and wood boards. Surprisingly paint that has been on your wall for years could still be a source of indoor air pollution long after it has dried. Another common source of indoor pollution is tobacco smoke. This affects smokers who are not willing to smoke outside the house. Even if you have a way of purifying the air or making it smell fresh, the smoke will find its way to the HVAC system, and the odor will still be blown back into the house causing air pollution. The solution is either you stop smoking or do it outside the house. Exhausts can also be a serious cause of air pollution, especially when they bring in carbon monoxide. These exhausts from furnaces, ovens, and fireplaces are not well vented. bIological agents can also cause pollution, so you need to be tactful.

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HVAC tech confirmed cold air can cause headaches

My sibling insisted that he would get drastic headaches whenever he had the window AC on at night. Unfortunately, he did not have another alternative back in university since the university was not interested in excellent A/C! They were recommended to get portable ACs that they could move out with since the university’s resources were limited and were channeled towards urgent things such as academics. With this, my sibling found a fantastic AC component that would serve him well for a long time. After a few weeks of using the AC in the summer, he realized that he experienced extreme headaches. To prove that this was the cause, he had to sleep uncomfortably for a few days, but the headache was gone. I had to ask my HVAC worker if this could happen, and he confirmed it. It seems as though the freezing air from the portable AC was not necessarily safe for one to use at night. He told me to let my sibling know that he could open the windows instead to allow fresh air to flow naturally. The speed with which the air from the AC got into the house was not fantastic and could cause him to get freezing and health concerns. I learned what else we could do, but they were all not viable in the university setup, and we needed a different A/C component whose temperature could be controlled using a temperature control. It was all a matter of temperature as the ideal temperature for sleeping cannot be attained using a portable window AC.

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The college A/C units weren’t the best

My sibling insisted that he would get drastic headaches whenever he had the window A/C on at night. Unfortunately, he did not have another alternative back in school since the school was not interested in excellent air conditioning. They were proposed to get portable ACs that they could move out with since the school’s resources were limited and were channeled towards urgent things such as academics. With this, my sibling found a fantastic A/C machine that would serve him well for a long time. However, after a few weeks of using the A/C in the summer, he realized that he experienced drastic headaches. To prove that this was the cause, he had to sleep uncomfortably for a few days, but the headache was gone. I had to ask my heating and air conditioning serviceman if this could happen, and he confirmed it. It seems as though the cold air from the portable A/C was not necessarily safe for one to use at night. He told me to let my sibling know that he could open the windows instead to allow fresh air to flow naturally. The speed with which the air from the A/C got into the home was not fantastic and could cause him to get cold and have complications. I learned what else we could do, they were all not viable in the school setup, we needed a different air conditioning machine whose temperature could be controlled using a thermostat. It was all a matter of temperature as the ideal temperature for sleeping cannot be attained using a portable window AC.

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My brother bought a portable HVAC system for college

My sibling insisted that he would get serious headaches whenever he had the window AC on at night.

Unluckily, he did not have another alternative back in college since the school was not interested in excellent air conditioners! They were recommended to get portable ACs that they could move out with since the college’s resources were limited and were channeled towards urgent things such as academics.

With this, my sibling found a nice AC device that would serve him well for a long time. However, after a few weeks of using the AC in the summer, he realized that he experienced serious headaches. To prove that this was the cause, he had to sleep uncomfortably for a few afternoons, but the headache was gone. I had to ask our HVAC worker if this could happen, and he confirmed it. It seems as though the freezing air from the portable AC was not necessarily safe for one to use at night. He recommended that he could open the windows instead to allow fresh air to flow naturally. The speed with which the air from the AC got into the home was not good and could cause him to get cold and respiratory issues. I learned what else we could do, but they were all not viable in the college setup. We needed a different air conditioner device whose temperature could be controlled using a thermostat. It was all a matter of temperature as the ideal temperature for sleeping cannot be attained using a portable window AC.

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My brother experienced headaches at night with A/C running

My sibling insisted that she would get extreme headaches whenever she had the window A/C on at night.

Unfortunately, she did not have another alternative back in college since the university was not interested in excellent a/c.

They were advocated to get portable ACs that they could move out with since the school’s resources were limited and were channeled towards urgent things such as academics. With this, my sibling found a good A/C unit that would serve her well for a long time. However, after a few weeks of using the A/C in the summer, she realized that she experienced extreme headaches. To prove that this was the cause, she had to sleep uncomfortably for a few afternoons, but the headache was gone. I had to ask my heating and A/C worker if this could happen, and they confirmed it. It seems as though the cold air from the portable A/C was not necessarily safe for one to use at night. She advocated for me to let my sibling know that she could open the windows instead to allow fresh air to flow naturally. The speed with which the air from the A/C got into the home was not good and could cause him to get cold and respiratory issues. I learned what we could do, they were all not viable in the school setup, we needed a different a/c unit whose temperature could be controlled using a temperature control. It was all a matter of temperature as the ideal temperature for sleeping cannot be attained using a portable window AC.
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The truth about HVAC system affecting you in your sleep

The speed with which the air from the AC got into the house was not good and could cause him to get cold and severe respiratory complications

My brother insisted that he would get serious headaches whenever he had the window AC on at night. Unfortunately, he did not have another alternative back in college since the university was not interested in excellent air conditioning. They were advised to get portable ACs that they could move out with since the school’s resources were limited and were channeled towards urgent things such as academics. With this, my brother found a good AC unit that would serve him well for a long time. However, after a few weeks of using the AC in the summer, he realized that he experienced severe headaches. To prove that this was the cause, he had to sleep uncomfortably for a few days, but the headache was gone. I had to ask my HVAC technician if this could happen, and he confirmed it. It seems as though the cold air from the portable AC was not necessarily safe for one to use at night. He advised me to let my brother know that he could open the windows instead to allow fresh air to flow naturally. The speed with which the air from the AC got into the house was not good and could cause him to get cold and severe respiratory complications. I learned what else we could do, but they were all not viable in the school setup. We needed a different air conditioning unit whose temperature could be controlled using a thermostat. It was all a matter of temperature as the ideal temperature for sleeping cannot be attained using a portable window AC.

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