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How to Improve Your Home’s Air Quality

Updated: Feb 10, 2023

Indoor air quality can be negatively impacted by everything from outdoor pollution seeping into your home, to the chemicals found in furnishings and household cleaning products. Factors in things like pet dander, bacteria, smoke and carbon monoxide from cooking, and the problem only gets worse.

If you aren’t doing anything to improve your home’s indoor air quality, then you and your loved ones are already at a disadvantage as poor indoor air quality is linked to a slew of health concerns. Fortunately, there are lots of things you can do to start improving the quality of the air inside your home. Here are four quick tips that will boost your home’s air quality in no time.

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1. Use a Vacuum With a HEPA Filter

If you use a vacuum to clean your carpet and floors, using a HEPA filter can help boost your home’s air quality. This special type of filter is designed to remove more indoor air quality hindering particles from the floor surfaces through its advanced filtration capabilities. Try vacuuming with a HEPA filter two to three times per week for the best results.

2. Mop Your Floors

While vacuuming is a great way to remove some particulates, mopping the floors is also a smart idea. Some chemicals in cleaners can have a negative impact on indoor air quality, so consider mopping with water and all-natural cleaners. Mopping can capture certain allergens that vacuuming can’t.

3. Change Your Air Filter

Changing the air filter within your HVAC system is one of the easiest ways you can improve your home’s air quality. The air filter works to capture a large number of particles and pollutants that circulate throughout the air in your home. However, the air filter must be clean in order to work as efficiently as possible. Changing the air filter regularly will yield the best results.

4. Have Your HVAC System Professionally Maintained

A final step that you can take to improve indoor air quality is to service your HVAC system. With regular annual maintenance performed by a professional, the components in your system will be thoroughly inspected and cleaned, which will remove mold, bacteria and other elements that may be circulating throughout the air in your home. You can also have your air ducts professionally cleaned for even better results.

Going outside for a breath of fresh air can be preferable to staying inside. Studies have shown that there are five times more pollutants inside the average house than outside. Fortunately, there are ways to improve your home’s air quality. These seven additional informative links can help.

5. Wondering how to seriously improve your indoor air quality? This guide from Apartment Therapy can help.

6. Source control, ventilation, and dilution are just a few ways Branch Basics suggests improving indoor air quality.

7. Everything you need to know about indoor air quality from the experts at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

8. Did you know? Plants can help boost the quality of the air inside your home.

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10. Check out these products that can improve indoor air quality.

11. In case you missed it: Here’s how you can make your home smell fresh without damaging air quality.

Schedule Your Maintenance Checkup with Energy Air Today

Energy Air is a reputable HVAC service provider that can help you with all of your heating and cooling system needs. If you are concerned about indoor air quality, contact us to learn more about the steps you can take to improve the quality of the air in your home.

Ready to improve your home’s air quality? Call Energy Air today to learn how we can help.

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