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How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, approximately 50% of all illnesses are caused or aggravated by polluted indoor air. Here’s just some of what you’re up against:

  • Tiny particles and biological contaminants like pollen, dirt, mold, bacteria, pet dander, dust mites and viruses — tough on allergies and asthma
  • Odors and chemical vapors from sources like perfumes, cleaning supplies, paints, pets and cooking fumes – headaches and nausea are common symptoms
  • Too little humidity, which can cause dry skin and sore throats while increasing the risk of infections and respiratory ailments

Self-Help Tips for Cleaner Indoor Air

What’s a careful homeowner to do to put these and similar problems to rest? Let’s have a look:

  • Clean and vacuum regularly to remove dust, dirt, and particulates, and be sure to change vacuum filter bags or clean dirt cups often. Vacuum cleaners with HEPA filters work best by preventing contaminates from escaping back into the air.
  • Certain house plants like Boston Ferns and Spider Plants are highly effective at removing bacteria from the air.
  • Use natural cleaning products – those that contain no volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or toxic chemicals.
  • Remove your shoes when you come indoors, and you’ll prevent a host of dirt, dust, pesticides, and other particles from spreading into your living space.
  • Check your AC and furnace filters regularly and clean or replace them as needed.

How Correct Temp Can Help

We offer several indoor air quality solutions, with one or more just right for your family’s needs. Here are two very popular choices:

Whole-House Air Filter – Installed inside your ductwork, these low-maintenance filters trap and hold more than 99% or airborne pollutants as they travel through your air ducts, ensuring they don’t invade your indoor space.

UV (Ultra-Violet) Lamps – Emitting ultra-violet rays, these lamps are 98% effective at destroying bacteria, musty odors, pollen spores, pet odors, and more. UV lamps, also installed inside your air ducts, work non-stop, unlike air filters that work only when conditioned air is flowing through your ducts.

Contact Correct Temp today for a free indoor air quality analysis and new system proposal. Because the cleaner the air, the stronger your resistance to infectious diseases.

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality