Keeping the air you breathe fresh and clean is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Try our tips to improve indoor air quality in your home:
- Use a mop and a vacuum with a specialized filter to help eliminate the dusty concentrations of allergens, chemicals and other toxins that can accumulate in your home.
- Replace your HVAC’s air filter regularly.
- Place a floor mat at every entrance to your home to reduce the number of pollutants carried in from the outdoors.
- Keep humidity levels between 30 and 50 percent to reduce the amount of dust mites and mold in your home. Using a dehumidifier can regulate indoor air quality and help control allergens.