5 Quick Tips to Improve Air Quality In Your Home

Queenaire-ozone-generators-family-outside-800Have you noticed a consistent dip in the air quality within your home? Although it might not always seem so, we actually have a huge effect on the air quality within our living spaces. If you notice strange odors, a stale or stagnant feel to the air, or a stuffiness within your home, you may want to take steps to improve the air quality. There are a number of simple steps to ensure that you enjoy great air quality within your home.

1. Keep Floors Cleaned

Many of the air quality problems that manifest in homes are from dirty floors. Dust can gather on the floor quickly, so make sure that you clean, sweep and vacuum your home regularly. Remember to seek out hard-to-reach areas to ensure that you aren’t leaving large amounts of dust under furniture or in corners.

2. Reduce Humidity

Humidity makes it easy for molds and bacteria to thrive within your home, which reduces air quality and can lead to other serious problems. Make sure that your home has optimal levels of humidity throughout the day.

3. Add Indoor Plants

Indoor plants help to freshen the air throughout the home. By placing an indoor plant in each room you will be able to help keep the air quality at an acceptable level.

4. Take Your Shoes Off

Dragging dirt into your home will only make your air quality problems worse. Make sure that you are taking your shoes off at the door and are never dragging in dirt and debris from outside. As plant matter and dirt breaks down, it releases chemical compounds into the air that reduces the air quality.

5. Use Air Purifiers

Air purifiers are a great way to improve the air quality within your home. For a small investment, you can help to keep the air within your home clean and healthy.

If you would like to know more about how to improve air quality within your home, feel free to contact us and chat about the tools you can use that lead to a clean, healthy, breathable air.


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