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How to Reduce and Remove Dust From Your Home

Updated: Feb 10, 2023

Allergy sufferers know the importance of good indoor air quality (IAQ). After all, a home full of dust and other pollutants can cause a number of unwanted symptoms like sneezing, itching, and congestion. But when it comes to controlling dust levels in your home, regularly dusting might not be enough. Here are five simple ways you can reduce the amount of dust in your home and boost your indoor air quality.


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1. Tidy Your Closet

When most of us clean our homes, the last place we think to clean is our closets. But dust and other allergens can easily hitch a ride on your family’s clothing, which means that every time you open the closet door, it will fill the room with these particles. Instead of letting dust build up in your closet, go through your garments each season. Try doing a quick inventory and get rid of any items of clothing you don’t wear. Not only will this help declutter your home and free up valuable space, but you’ll reduce the amount of dust in your closet too.


2. Avoid Traditional Dusting

Dusting with a traditional feather duster can agitate particles of dust and send them floating throughout the house. It is more efficient to remove dust with multi-surface antibacterial cleaners and a microfiber towel. These products are designed to trap the dust instead of pushing the particles around. By doing this, you’ll be able to reduce your allergy symptoms and improve the air quality in your home.


3. Improve Your Insulation

Every homeowner should make a habit of checking their home for cracks, holes and anything else that could indicate poor insulation at least twice a year. Not only will this keep dust from entering, but it will also make your home more energy efficient. Cracks and holes tend to occur around the foundation of your home, as well as around doors, windows, and vents. This project can be carried out with nothing more than a caulking gun from a home improvement store.


4. Toss Old Magazines and Books

Many people are surprised to hear that old magazines and books produce dust. Older decomposing paper can fill the room with a significant amount of dust and can even attract pests such as mites. Consider donating any books that your family is not actively reading.


5. Maintain Your Air Conditioning System

Keeping your HVAC system maintained will drastically improve your home’s air quality, on top of improving the comfort of your home, decreasing energy bills, and increasing the lifespan of your air conditioning system.


Improve Your Home’s Air Quality With Energy Air

At Energy Air, we want your home to be comfortable and free of dust and other indoor air quality inhibiting particles. That’s why we provide quality products and services that keep your home comfortable while improving the quality of your air in the process. If your home has a significant amount of dust or is suffering from poor indoor air quality, give us a call today to talk about the myriad of solutions we offer

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