29 Jan Improving Your Indoor Air Quality
Spring brings rain, sunshine, nicer weather, blooming flowers, and for some of us, allergy season. As all allergy sufferers know, spring can bring sneezing and a runny nose. That makes spring the perfect time to improve your indoor air quality. Even if you don’t have allergies, improving your indoor air quality in your home can help improve the health of you and your family! Follow these simple steps to improve your indoor air quality!
- Change Your Air Filter
Changing your air filter is both easy and effective, and it will improve your air quality. Changing the filter regularly will ensure that the air cycling throughout your home is fresh and free of pollens and dirt. Cleaner air will help both allergy and asthma sufferers. You can buy new air filters from us at Comfort Xpress, or you can find them at Walmart, Meijer and most other big-box retailers. In the 10 minutes or less it takes to change a filter, you can greatly improve your health.
- Consider a Dehumidifier
Spring showers have long since arrived here in central Ohio, and now we’re dealing with regularly high humidity Buying a dehumidifier can have numerous benefits for your health, like combatting mold and mildew, which are both very common allergens. With lower moisture levels, these humidity-loving allergens will soon die out—and your home will be much more comfortable!
- Keep Your House Clean
Keeping your house clean is a simple way to ensure the best air quality. Vacuum regularly to collect dirt and dust from around the house, and make sure to dust all surfaces regularly. Make sure you also regularly wash your bedding, drapes, blankets and other linen. These steps will help reduce the dust, pollen, dirt, and allergens in your home.
Follow these simple steps and your air quality will be improved, along with the health of you and your family! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at 740-200-8764 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org!