How well you breathe indoors is largely based on the air quality which is determined by your AC unit. If not properly maintained, the unit could damage your respiratory system. But how do you assess air quality when you can’t see it? This puzzles many homeowners. If you’re one of them get yourself familiar with our indoor air quality guide.
A common culprit for poor air quality is obstructed ventilation. If for some reason the air vents in your home are blocked the air may become moist and dirty particles may accumulate. It's particularly important to improve air ventilation if you use cleaning products regularly. Polishers and bathroom cleaners, for example, can stir up particles which irritate your lungs. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2uwao9p