Are you worried about the quality of air in your home? Are you suffering from allergies inside your home just as bad as you are outside, or are you feeling under the weather more frequently? This could be an indication that your indoor air quality is less than ideal. Today we will go over a few ways you can improve your indoor air quality.
Change Your Air Filters
When was the last time you had your air filters changed? Depending on your lifestyle, your air filters should be changed anywhere between 1 and six months. If you have pets and children, you shouldn’t wait any longer than 3 months. By keeping your air filters clean, you can keep the contaminants from circulating through the air multiple times, and you will notice improved air quality. You can choose items that focus on dander and pollen, or ones that also include germicidal lamps.
Invest In An Air Purifier
Do you use an air purifier in your home? You can choose between single room air purifiers, or air purifiers for your whole home. These devices draw in polluted air and push out clean air. These devices are great for those who suffer with allergies, and are very easy to maintain.
Clean With The Windows Open
Did you know that certain home cleaners can pollute your home. You’ll notice that many cleaners direct you to use them in well-ventilated areas. To protect the air quality in your home, be sure to use these cleaners with your home’s windows open. This will allow fresh air to circulate throughout the home.