Remodelling your home is a fantastic project to undertake, but you need to make sure that you take everyone’s health into consideration, as not everyone is immune to allergies.
When children suffers from allergies and asthma, the first thought is that you shouldn’t be there during the remodel. Even with control measures, construction dust will infiltrate your house.
Drywall dust is the worst, as it develops long-lasting breathing problems when inhaled. You should also think about minimizing pollutants that will get trapped inside the house, especially during winter, when windows tend to stay closed.
Until fairly recently, indoor air pollutants were considered a limited phenomenon. But two basic changes in construction techniques have altered this. Nowadays, thousands of pest and rot-riddling chemicals are being incorporated into building materials. As a result of the energy crisis, buildings are now sealed tightly.
The chemicals remain trapped inside, where inhabitants inhale them into their lungs and absorb them into their skin.
It’s common to dream of new windows to dress up an old house, but it’s often after their installation that indoor air problems turn up. Which is why a house needs a filtration system.
If you want a more healthful house, everyone involved with the remodel needs to buy into it. If you can’t find professionals with such a track record, make certain your team members are open to new ideas. If they don’t have healthful-house experience, it’s up to you to research the products that go into your house.
The good news is that you can find building materials without harmful chemicals. Most of these products are still not mainstream, but they are available.
With proper knowledge, it’s no more difficult or expensive to build with good health in mind that it is without. But someone on the team must pay attention on what’s going on, including the furnishings and cleaning products.