If you suffer from dry skin, allergies, or fatigue, your indoor air quality may be to blame. Most people spend a majority of their day indoors, which means you can be exposed to a lot of airborne pollutants and irritants if the air quality inside your home is less than ideal. Poor indoor air quality can also be the result of an inefficient HVAC system. In other words, when you have an AC repair company fix your cooling and heating system, you will enjoy lower energy bills and cleaner indoor air. To help you breathe easier inside your own home, here are some tips for improving your indoor air quality.
Eliminate Sources of Pollution
The most effective way to improve indoor air quality is to eliminate individual sources of pollution around you home. Gas stoves can be adjusted to decrease the amount of emissions, and paint supplies and cleaning chemicals can be moved outdoors to decrease the amount of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released inside your home. Visit the EPA’s website to learn about all of the sources o f indoor pollution that are contributing to your home’s poor air quality.
Sometimes, the best way to improve the air inside your home is to increase the amount of outdoor air coming indoors. Most HVAC systems do not mechanically bring fresh air into the house, so you will need to open windows and doors or operate window or attic fans when the weather permits to air out your home and improve the indoor air quality.
Install Air Cle a ning Products
There are a number of aircleaning products that your HVAC repair company can install that will help to improve your home’s indoor air quality. HRC Climate Services of Spanish Fork offers air cleaners, humidifiers, germicidal lig hts, and other proven solutions that can help everyone breathe easier inside your home.
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