4 Ways To Regulate Your Indoor Air Quality Marietta, GA
Ventilation systems take care of the indoor air quality of a room by getting rid of stale air and introducing fresh outdoor air into the room. A ventilation system can also help clean the air to ensure that you breathe air that is not contaminated.
Some ventilation systems also take care of your indoor air quality by regulating the amount of humidity in the air as well as the temperature of the space so that you can be more comfortable and healthy while indoors. Learn more about the ways in which a good ventilation system ensures that your indoor air quality is excellent.
- Introduces Fresh Air Into a Room
One of the key features of a ventilation system is that it introduces fresh air into the indoor space and automatically removes the stale air that has already circulated in the room. This ensures that pollutants in the air are either diluted or totally removed from the indoor air.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air pollutants are between 2 and 5 times higher than pollutants in outdoor air or sometimes even higher. Therefore, even without cleaning the indoor air, a good ventilation system ensures that you have some clean air from outside.
- Gets Rid of Harmful Contaminants
Indoor pollutants are harmful to health. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), indoor pollutants cause more than 4 million deaths each year across the world. Another key feature of a good ventilation system is that it cleans the air by removing dust, smoke, mold, fur, allergens and many other pollutants.
- Controls the Level of Humidity
A high level of air humidity creates an ideal environment for mold, mildew and dust mites to thrive. This can lead to a wide range of problems including health issues like allergies and respiratory problems. High humidity and mold can cause damage to walls, ceilings, drywall, timber, and other materials.
If you invest in a good ventilation system, you will avoid all these problems because the system regulates relative humidity to an acceptable level of between 30 and 50 percent.
- Heat or Cools Indoor Air
Sometimes indoor spaces are too cold due to a high level of moisture in the air. Indoor spaces can also become too hot especially when a room has many occupants. Rooms that are too hot may become stuffy and uncomfortable. Too much cold also makes staying indoors uncomfortable.
A good ventilation system regulates the indoor temperature so that a building’s occupants can stay comfortable. By eliminating stuffiness, the system also ensures that you have the best indoor air quality.
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John Fahmy, President of Everdry of North Georgia / Atlanta region started at Everdry’s corporate headquarters (Ohio State Waterproofing) in 1991 as a part time customer service rep.
While working part time, John pursued his Bachelors degree in Marketing and Business Management at Cleveland State University. It was John’s mission to become the best in this industry after seeing his grandparents get scammed by a fly by night waterproofing contractor, and lose lots of money, that was not there anymore when they needed service. After only one year, John was promoted to Customer Service Manager.
After a total of 8 years in the Customer Service Department, John branched out, holding his Customer Service Manager position, while taking on new responsibilities as Assistant Marketing Director and becoming an EZ Breathe Sales rep.
In 2003, John was named Director of Shows, a job that gave him the opportunity to work directly with all of the national Everdry franchise locations nationwide, providing each office with support for their marketing efforts at trade shows.
In 2004, after 13 years with the company, John and his wife Connie took on a new challenge and took over the North Georgia / Atlanta Everdry franchise. Our goal is to provide a healthy and safe living environment in homes for the families in the North Georgia / Atlanta region.