The Importance of a Healthy Home

June 1, 2020 5:46 pm


Ensuring your home is warmer and more comfortable is more important than you might think. We all benefit from living conditions with a consistent warm temperature, effective ventilation and plenty of natural light, all of which are essential for maintaining good health.

It is well known that a mouldy, damp environment can cause health problems such as; nasal congestion, sore throat, wheezing or coughing, sore eyes and skin irritation.

More seriously, people with immune system problems can suffer a bad infection, especially in the lungs when they are suffering from exposure to damp and mouldy conditions. Get your windows checked with a Glass Suppliers Bromsgrove at a site like

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Furthermore, studies have found strong evidence between room damp and mould exposure as a factor that contributes to coughing and wheezing in otherwise healthy people, as well as exacerbating the symptoms of asthma.

Breathing problems affect nearly 13 million people in the UK with 8 million people suffering from asthma. Although not all of these cases are related to the environment, there is little doubt that improving living conditions can improve your health, or at least maintain good health.

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Health problems can be preventable if your home is enhanced with modern materials of construction, professional installation and energy-saving appliances. For example, if your home has modern, energy-saving windows and doors, it must also have adequate ventilation – it stops moisture from being trapped in the atmosphere and condensation build up where mould can grow.