Indoor environmental quality (IEQ) generally refers to the quality of the home's or commercial building's environment in regard to the health of the occupants. Indoor environments vary greatly in their use, systems and operations. For example, the volume of cooking that takes place in a building and the oils and spices used can affect the indoor air quality. Cleaning chemicals used in the sanitation of a building can have a negative effect on your health and create undesirable chemical odors. The ventilation performance of your home or commercial building is very important. Proper exchange of air controls the number of dust particles, mold spores, virus and bacterial cells you inhale in a given length of time. All of these air quality issues can be addressed by calling Abate Restoration.