How To Prevent Air Pollution In Your House?
The drastic rise in air pollution in this country is a serious threat to our health. The emission of harmful gases and pollutants in the environment is increasing day by day due to the overuse and exploitation of natural resources. Gases like carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide cause serious health issues like vomiting, nausea and even heart diseases.
Most traditional doors and windows that are installed in our house have air-gaps that allow the pollutants to enter even when they are closed. Checks for gaps in windows and doors after installation to ensure that no air gaps exist that may allow the harmful pollutants to enter the house.
Advanced Sealing Technology
In most cases, after the installation of windows, many gaps exist in between the frame and wall. These gaps are not easily visible to the naked eye and allow the pollutants to enter. To avoid health issues from these pollutants, sealing those gaps completely is necessary. High-quality gaskets and joints are used to seal the gaps and prevent the pollutants from entering indoors.
Many windows do not lock properly that results in minor gaps in between the sashes and frame. The gaps allow pollutants to enter the house and create a toxic environment indoors. Harmful gases like chlorofluorocarbons and carbon monoxide cause serious health disorders, especially to children, which is why experts recommend installing advanced multi-locking uPVC window designs that hold the sashes very tightly and do not allow air to pass.
Double Glazing windows
Double glazed glass windows offer multiple benefits like soundproofing, heat resistance and high durability. These windows are comprised of two window glass panes that are either separated by vacuum or an inert gas. These fixtures are available with an advanced sealing mechanism that makes them gap proof and prevents pollutants from entering the house.
Window service providers like GlasXperts have developed air-tight Anti-Pollution Smog-Resistant Double Glazed Windows owing to prevent these pollutants from entering our house.