Spray Foam Insulation and Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air quality is an overlooked aspect of the health of ourselves and our families. Studies have shown that poor indoor air quality can lead to short-term effects like aggravating asthma, or even just causing mild uncomfortable for inhabitants. Long term poor air quality can lead to more serious issues, like respiratory illnesses and heart disease. It is important that we monitor and treat our living and work spaces to improve our quality of lives.
Controlling Air Transfer
One of the most important aspects of indoor air quality is to reduce the allergens, dust, and pollutants that come into our house through cracks and other air transfer areas. A spray foam insulation system helps to improve your home’s air quality by keeping these pollutants out. Ozark Foam Insealators can also seal our indoor living spaces from pollutant creators like furnaces, basements, water heaters, and garages.
Controlling Mold and Mildew
When we apply spray foam insulation to a home or building, the unique property of the foam allows it to fill tiny cracks and spaces that other insulation can’t reach. Because of this, spray foam can reduce air and water vapor from entering your home, which helps to prevent and control mold and mildew build-up. By slowing or completing stopping these from growing, indoor air quality gets another boost, and you get peace of mind.