How to Improve Air Quality in Your Home

The air we breathe, both indoors and outdoors, can have a big impact on your health. Studies show a connection between poor outdoor air quality to lung cancer, strokes, and heart disease. (You can check the outdoor air quality in your area by going to Did you know that the air inside your home can be even more polluted than the air outside? And we spend most of our time indoors. So, it can benefit you to know how to improve the air quality in your home.

Serious Indoor Air Quality Problems May Require Professional Services

If your family is experiencing chronic allergy or unexplained symptoms, it could mean there is a problem in your home. And it might be time to call in a professional. The Clean Air Co. offers several professional services specifically for improving your home’s air quality. These include air duct cleaning, installation of crawlspace vapor barriers or encapsulation, and mold remediation.

3 Inexpensive Ways to Improve Air Quality in Your Home

If you don’t think you have a serious problem, you still should strive to improve your home’s environment. Remember, the air inside your home can be even more polluted than the air outside.

Everyone can do these simple and inexpensive things in their homes to improve the environment:

  • Open the windows.
    Even just five minutes a day can alleviate the accumulation of harmful air pollutants in your home.
  • Leave your shoes at the door.
    Your shoes could have various pollutants on the soles, including pesticides, fungi, and bacteria.
  • Add living plants to your décor.
    Plants convert carbon dioxide in the air to oxygen. And the leaves of plants can remove low levels of chemicals such as carbon monoxide and formaldehyde from indoor air.

If You Need Professional Help, Call The Clean Air Co.

The Clean Air Co. opened in 2008 and continues to grow its reputation for reasonable prices and great service. Call for a quote today.