With the many pollutants that are in the air outside, it’s important that the air you breathe indoors (especially if you spend most of your time indoors) is at a healthy level. Breathing good air is essential to being in good health. Things like pet hair, secondhand smoke, and hazardous combustion pollutants from stoves and ovens can all affect your indoor air quality. Don’t worry, our team here at Beach Air HVAC has come up with a few tips to help you improve your indoor air quality.
This can seem like a given, but most people neglect to change their air filter at least once a month. This can cause more pollutants in the air which can lead to common allergy triggers.
Especially if you have pets! The more you can get rid of the extra hair and dust particles that pets can leave behind, the cleaner your air will be. Rugs and carpets can also act as a filter for dust and debris, so by keeping those clean you can have cleaner air!
When cooking a delicious meal, keeping your vents running can help reduce pollutants, like carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, that can come from gas, wood-burning, and electric stoves.
Many don’t know that indoor plants can actually improve your indoor air quality! Plants are natural air filters. Ferns, lilies, and larger palm trees are the best options when searching for indoor plans to pull contaminants out of your air.
Overall, these are just a few tips to help improve indoor air quality. Our team here at Beach Air HVAC can and wants to help you breathe cleaner indoor air! Don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions you may have! We’re always happy to help.
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