Tips to improve your indoor air quality
These days, folks know that clean air is an essential ingredient for your personal health. Repeated exposure to poor indoor air quality can increase your chances of getting sick, can cause headaches and other unpleasant experiences and can even affect your mood. The EPA has a great overview article about Indoor Air Quality as well as useful information on improving it.
With Americans spending 90% of their time in a building of some sort, it’s important that you do what you can to improve the overall quality of the air you breathe. That’s what we’re here to talk about today. Here are some tips you can use to help improve the overall quality of their air you breathe in your home or workplace.
The International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate is an organization that works worldwide to promote and improve indoor air standards.
Use Indoor Air Cleaner Machines
There are a large variety of air cleaners on the market today. If you are interested in knowing more about purchasing an indoor air cleaner contact us and we will show you which units work best and why.
Replace your air filters
Dirty air filters are among our most ‘usual suspects’ for poor air quality. This occurs largely because people simply forget to change them regularly. While we recommend that you change them every month, you can get away with every 2-3 months and it’s a super easy, DIY fix.
Clean your ducts
When ducts are clean and sealed, they’ll do their job and deliver fresh air. Making sure they stay that way is important – and why having an ongoing monthly maintenance plan is a good idea. Ducts can get moldy, they can experience leaks and the like. By having someone checking in on them with regularity – you’re ensuring that you’re getting ahead of problems before they become actual issues.
House-plants not only up the aesthetic appeal of your space, but they can also filter and clean the air in your home. Ivy’s, bamboo palms, Daisy’s and more can dramatically improve the overall air quality of their immediate surroundings.
If you’re not feeling so good and think the air quality in your home or workplace might be the culprit, give us a shout today and we can provide you with a free consultation. Good luck!