How Window Replacement Can Improve Indoor Air Quality

Many things affect the air quality in your home. Some of these include mold caused by moisture, harmful chemicals produced by furnishing, or just poor ventilation. In light of these, it is important that you find ways to improve air quality in your home and prevent health problems.

Here’s a look at how air pollutants can affect the health of you and your loved ones:

Trigger Allergies

There are many kinds of allergies triggered by harmful elements in the air, with asthma being the most common of them. To help counter these, we offer high-quality windows in Sugar Land, Texas that can improve air quality in your home. We have, for example, casement windows that open wide enough to let fresh air in. These can improve indoor ventilation, promoting a healthier atmosphere for you and your family.

Aggravate Respiratory Problems

The effects of indoor air pollution can range from short-term to long-term. Exposure to high levels of air pollutants like carbon monoxide can pose a serious risk to your health. We are aware of the dangers that bad indoor air quality can cause to your family, which is why our windows offer more than just ease of function and ventilation. They also come with High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass, which can help regulate heat in your home. These will keep you from using too much of your cooling and heating systems, which can help lessen the chemical emissions that these utilities produce.

Can Cause Severe Health Issues

Poor indoor air quality can cause a variety of serious health problems as per studies conducted by the EPA. These include:

  • Fever
  • Hearing Loss
  • Headache or Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle Pains
  • Eye Irritation

These are some effects caused by excessive exposure to air pollutants. Fortunately, we make sure that the windows we install are airtight. This will prevent moisture and other harmful elements from entering your home. In addition, we offer sliding windows in Sugar Land, Texas that come with a strong sustainable frame composite called Fibrex®. It contains at least 40% reclaimed wood fiber by weight, which helps promote a healthier environment.

This fall, it is important that you actively work on improving air quality in your home to preserve your family’s health. Renewal by Andersen® of Houston values your health, and that is why we make sure to address your needs with eco-friendly options. For more information about our products, call us today.

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For a window replacement project you can trust, you need a contractor you can trust. In Houston, that contractor is Renewal by Andersen® of Houston. Call us today at (877) 533-6610 for a FREE in-home consultation with our home improvement experts.

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