Improve your Indoor Air Quality
5 Ways to Improve your indoor air quality
Vacuum Frequently – Most of our indoor allergens can be easily alleviated by frequent vacuuming and using a HEPA filter to capture microscopic particles
Dehumidify – Air quality is directly affected by the humidity in your home. Mold loves moisture, and thrives in it! Improve your indoor air quality drastically by using a home dehumidifier, fixing leaky plumbing, and using exhaust fans in the kitchen and bathrooms.
Clean filters – Dust and other allergens can be lurking inside of your filters. Make sure to replace them regularly.
Use doormats – Majority of indoor allergens are tracked in from outdoors. Placing doormats at every entrance lessens the amount of particles tracked in from the outside.
Add houseplants – Indoor houseplants remove hazardous chemicals such as formaldehyde and excess carbon monoxide from the air naturally. Plants produce oxygen and are an aesthetically pleasing and easy way to improve your indoor air quality.