Poor indoor air quality can be an excellent trigger for headaches and other health issues

[USPRwire, Tue Aug 17 2010] Air cleaning is very important home maintenance to improve indoor air quality. According to the National Headache Foundation (NHF), indoor air pollution can cause headaches. This is just one reason that DUCTZ advises consumers to have professional HVAC inspections and air duct cleaning performed regularly.
According to the NHF and a report entitled Indoor Air Pollution, published by the American Lung Association, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the American Medical Association, the following are indoor air quality issues that can be major headache triggers:
Carbon Monoxide Exposure: When a heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HAVC) system is not functioning properly, it can cause dangerous levels of carbon monoxide to enter your home, resulting in headaches, nausea, fatigue and other flue-like symptoms.
Tobacco Smoke: Second hand tobacco smoke contains a complex concoction of over 4,000 chemicals, many being toxic, which can lead to a number of health problems for residents. Simply opening a window does not remove the dangerous carcinogens form the air.
Sick Building Syndrome: This is a common situation in office and apartment buildings, in which occupants experience similar symptoms when inside the affected building; and alleviation of symptoms when they go outside. A contaminated HVAC system can be a contributor to Sick Building Syndrome, with the most common complaint being headaches.
“As indoor air professionals, it is our duty to go beyond HVAC reconditioning and restoration to look out for the overall well being of our customers,” said Robert Gorman, franchise owner of DUCTZ. “I hope this advice leads consumers to have professional air duct cleaning done regularly to avoid this potentially painful situation.”
DUCTZ is the nation’s largest heating, ventilation and air conditioning restoration business with over 125 independently owned franchises locations across the U.S. From natural disasters and environmental emergencies to residential air duct cleaning, America depends on DUCTZ for indoor air quality. For more information or to schedule a complete HVAC inspection, visit http://www.ductz.com
Robert Garman
Ductz of Buffalo
2728 Niagara Falls Blvd; Ste 3
Niagara Falls, NY 14304
Tel: 716-775-3828
Email: robert.garman@ductz.com
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