How To Improve Air Quality in Your Home

July 10, 2015

It is no secret that outdoor air contains pollutants that are detrimental to your health. Many people would be surprised to find out that the air in your home might be even more harmful to your health than outdoor air. Your indoor air quality is tested every summer. Mold and mildew tend to thrive in humid environments. Since mold and mildew are harmful to your health, it is best to keep them at bay with a comprehensive cooling system. Our air quality experts will be able to find the perfect air purification method that is perfect for your particular home. Here are some steps you can take to clear the air.

Consider A Dehumidifier

Summers in Utah can be very humid. This summer is no exception to that rule. Air conditioners remove some of the humidity in the air, but not all. A dehumidifier can pick up where air conditioners leave off. If your home has had mold in the past, purchasing a dehumidifier is your best bet.

Need to Vent

When the air is stagnant in your house, it is bound to be filled with pollutants. Proper air ventilation in your house is crucial to improving indoor air quality. Opening windows and doors can keep the air flowing from room to room.

Don’t Let the Dust Settle

Cleaning your house regularly is not just for keeping up appearances. Dusting your furniture frequently can reduce the amount of contaminants in your indoor air. It’s a win-win situation!

If you are interested in additional air purification services, our professional technicians are here to help. Give us a call at (801) 726-3329 and take a well deserved breath of fresh air!

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