Have you ever noticed dust particles in the air when the sun shines through your window? Unwanted air contaminants can make your home feel dirty, but that isn’t the only drawback. Poor indoor air quality can make you sick or irritated, but these tips can help freshen up the air in your home so you can breathe easily.
- Clean your carpets. Carpets can hold onto dust and other particles that can get into your air. However, once they get too dirty, they aren’t as helpful, so make sure to clean your carpets and rugs often.
- Check your filters. Part of your air conditioning system’s job is improving your home’s indoor air quality by filtering out dust and other particles. Over time, these filters will get clogged with all of these contaminants, so check on them regularly to make sure they’re good to go, and if they are clogged, be sure to replace them.
- Invest in an air purifier. Air purifiers are great for anyone wanting to make sure that the air they breathe in is fresh and pollutant free. They give your home an extra bit of assistance removing harmful particles from your air.
- Test your home’s indoor air quality. Want to know what’s in your home’s air? The best way to find out what’s floating around in your home is hiring professional indoor air quality testing services.
Knowing what particles your home has and is susceptible to is the best first step to maintaining fresh indoor air, so call us here at Coastal Air Assessments today and ask about our indoor air quality testing. We also offer products from Vollara to help you achieve optimal indoor air quality.