How To Improve Indoor Air Quality

September 22, 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. Since most Americans spend approximately 90% of their time indoors, poor indoor air quality is a major problem.

Major Sources of Poor Indoor Air Quality

You might be wondering, what are the sources of poor indoor air quality? This is a very good question. The major sources of poor indoor air quality are dust mites, pet dander, mold, mildew, asbestos, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, tobacco smoke, chemicals from household cleaning products and pesticides.

What You Can Do To Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality:

  • Have your HVAC system cleaned and inspected once a year by a professional.
  • Be sure to have your air ducts cleaned.
  • Make sure you dust your home frequently with a damp rag.
  • You should vacuum your carpets on a regular basis.
  • Do not smoke inside your home.
  • Bedding should be washed weekly with hot water.
  • Dry your clothes on a high-heat setting. It will help get rid of allergens.

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