How To Improve Indoor Air Quality

There are so many pollutants that can find their way inside your home, including fire-retardants, lead, and other chemicals. In addition, microscopic dust mites, per dander and mold can build up quickly, making it difficult for people to breathe—especially those with asthma and allergies. Fortunately, there are several ways to improve the air quality in your home.

First, it is important to remove allergens by running a vacuum with a HEPA filter on a regular basis. While the vacuum will suck in dust, the HEPA filter will keep it from being blown back into the environment. It is essential that you wash the HEPA filter to keep it working effectively.

To keep bare floors free from pollutants, be sure to mop them well. You can use plain water or a microfiber mop that does not require any liquid. Then, place a mat at every entrance so that people do not track in allergens on their shoes.

Finally, utilize HVAC technology with AC parts and accessories that increase your unit’s efficiency. The experienced and knowledgeable technicians at Cousin's Air, Inc. can develop a customized plan to ensure that the air in your home is always clean. To find out more, Call Us At (954) 228-5965

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