Over the last couple of years, we have put more of a focus on indoor air quality. We want the air we breathe inside to be as fresh as possible, but there are elements such as chemical cleaners, pet dander, and outside pollutants can make this hard to achieve. The one question we always ask is how can you improve indoor air quality? There are things that you can do in your home that can increase the quality of the air you breath. Below are some suggestions to consider if you want better indoor air.
How Can I Improve Indoor Air Quality?
So how can you improve indoor air quality in your house? There are a variety of tasks you can perform to make your air a lot more clean and fresh.
- Vacuum: Because of the fibers in our carpets, dirt, debris, allergens, and other contaminants can easily become trapped. Due to this, it can add to the quality of our air. To make your air cleaner, as well as your carpet, vacuum regularly to remove contaminants.
- Dehumidification: Germs, mold, and other allergens love moisture, which in turn wreaks havoc on our indoor air quality. One way to solve this? Invest in a dehumidifier! A dehumidifier will reduce the moisture in your home and make it less likely for mold and allergens to infiltrate your air.
- Remove Toxins: This might be easier said than done, but another great way to improve your indoor air quality is to stop using cleaners, air fresheners, and other products that use synthetic fragrances or are full of VOCs.