Where air-quality is headed in the next five years

Unfortunately, air quality has taken a turn for the worse in the past few years, and many analysts believe that air quality will decrease exponentially in the next 5 years. Carbon emissions are rising rapidly.

If you wish to remain healthy, it’s vital that you protect yourself from the multitudes of pollutants that enter your body through dirty air. To do this, you need to regulate your own indoor air quality. While you are nearly defenseless against the air in your city, you can protect yourself at your home. 

You should note that, contrary to popular belief, indoor air quality is actually worse than outdoor air, and it only will get worse in the upcoming 5 years. The pollutants in contaminated air can cause a host of problems including respiratory ailments and other serious conditions. Therefore, you should be vigilant about improving the quality of the air in your home – for the sake of your own health and your family’s.

Improving the air quality in your home is simple. First, you should get your home’s current air quality assessed. From there, you can determine how you want to purify it. Many people choose to install air purification systems in their homes. These can range from a few hundreds of dollars to thousands of dollars. The money is definitely worth it. You won’t have to stress about air quality problems and you will avoid future health costs that can cost a significant amount of money.


Don JohnsonDon Johnson is the President of Freedom Heating and Cooling in Birmingham, Alabama which offers home owners tools including:
9 Things to Check Before Calling for Service on Your Air Conditioner or Furnace”,  a resource to help home owners save on HVAC problems
The Home Owner’s Guide to Hiring a Heating and Air Conditioning Company“, a quick read on how to guarantee you never suffer by hiring the wrong contractor.
The Ultimate Home Owner’s Guide to Designing an HVAC System , a 59-page eBook covering the 9 steps to building a Complete Home Comfort System.   Contact him at 205-444-4444 or connect on facebook or Google +