It may feel cozy and comfortable, but a tightly sealed home during the winter months means allergens, dust mites, and pet dander stay trapped inside. Without fresh air flowing from the outside, your indoor air may be compromised—leaving you and your family prone to airborne pollutants.
While it’s impossible to get rid of all these allergens, you can lessen your exposure to them by doing these simple tips.
A clean house results in clean indoor air. Simple cleaning tasks like vacuuming, washing beddings, and decluttering can reduce and eliminate air contaminants lurking in your home. Use a vacuum cleaner with HEPA filters for better results.
Always clean your house whenever possible to improve the quality of the air you breathe.
Certain houseplants like Boston Fern, Date Palm, Spider plant, and Flamingo Lily are effective in eliminating harmful chemicals in the air. From the living room to the bathroom, and bedside table—adding some greeneries can make your space look cleaner and fresher. Not only they make your home aesthetically pleasing, but they also help maintain breathable indoor air.
In the winter, you don’t want the warm air to leak out because that would mean discomfort. So, how are you going to ventilate your home? If it’s not pleasant for you to open your windows, you can opt for a mechanical ventilation system that regulates the supply of outdoor air. This means only one thing—you can enjoy a delightfully warm home while keeping a healthy IAQ.
Think about your air ducts and try to remember the last time you had it cleaned and inspected. Wintertime increases the volume of dirt and allergens that are trapped in the ducts. This is why duct cleaning is necessary to ensure that these contaminants are removed from your furnace and air distribution system.
An air purifier makes an excellent investment, especially when you want to control the source of airborne pollutants. It removes not just dirt and irritants in the air, but unpleasant odor and VOCs at the same time.
Maintaining clean indoor air is possible as long as your efforts are focused on achieving it. Take note of these expert tips from Pro Temp Air DFW to keep your IAQ clean, healthy, and breathable throughout the winter season.
Talk to us today to learn more about achieving clean air in your DFW home.
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