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How Can Air Quality Be Improved In My Home?
05 Feb
By: Climate Control

Need to breathe a little easier in your home? Try these 3 easy tips for improving indoor air quality.

HVAC technician improving air quality

Believe it or not, air impurity isn't something that just exists outside your home. In actuality, indoor air quality can be more polluted than the air outside. The air inside your home may contain allergens, dust, microscopic dust mites, fragrance chemicals from house cleaning supplies and air fresheners, pet (and human) dander, and mold. Kind of gross to consider, isn't it?

The truth is it's harder than ever to escape indoor air irritants due to the increased time spent indoors over recent years. The good news is there are definite steps you can take to improve your indoor air quality:

  1. Vacuuming often using a vacuum with a HEPA filter is helpful in cutting down on indoor air pollutants.
  2. If you have pets, grooming them and bathing them often will help cut down on pet dander and fur floating around in the air you breathe. Washing their bedding frequently and limiting where they go in the house will also help.
  3. Filter your home's air. Most of the pollution particles you inhale on a daily basis can't be seen. A quality indoor air filtration system is able to trap over 99% of all particles, including indoor pollen - a nice bonus for allergy sufferers.

Finding the right kind of indoor air quality filter for your home and specific home needs can be a challenge. The first step is identifying the right place to look. Climate Control Heating & Air Conditioning is a professional, friendly, and knowledgeable source not only for information, but also for affordable options. Your path to a healthier, breathe-easier home through improved indoor air quality is a phone call away: 864-269-5576. Or you can contact us online.

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