You cannot Avoid Air Pollution.
As much as we would all like to, you cannot avoid air pollution. You can diminish your exposure to it as much as possible, but you cannot get rid of it completely.
However, we should do everything we can to familiarize ourselves with these chemicals so we can know how to stay healthy throughout our exposure to them.
The Most Common Chemicals you Breathe in.
This is the grouping of all large particles that you will be breathing in your home. These are large enough that they can often be filtered into near non-existence, but they are still outside and everywhere.
Particle Matter includes:
Yes, the Ozone, these are three oxygen atoms joined together. On the ground level, ozone can be seen as fog, haze, or smog and when exposed to can cause irritation and inflammation.
Nitrogen dioxide typically comes from vehicles, industrial complexes, gas heaters, and gas stoves. Additionally, exposure to these can cause lung infections and trigger asthma.
Carbon Monoxide is one of the most common dangerous chemicals that can be avoided. With a carbon monoxide detector, you can find a leak before it happens in your home and these can cause serious health effects if left unchecked.
Sulfur Dioxide is much more difficult to come into contact with and is often formed by power plants and industrial facilities. You won’t run much of a risk of running into this unless you are near decomposing materials in nature.
How to Avoid Breathing Harmful Chemicals in Your Home
The best way to avoid breathing in these chemicals is a proper air conditioner filter and air purifier in your home. Therefore, we can help consult your house and determine what you would need for optimal air purity inside your home. In addition, if you’re worried about your air quality, call us for a quick consultation.
If you would like to learn more about Buehler Air Conditioning and our services, please feel free to give us a call. We are always ready and willing to help out our neighbors here in Jacksonville, Florida and the surrounding areas!