Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality in the Wintertime
Posted on February 16th, 2016 by BlueMountain
The air you breathe has an impact on your health. Did you know that indoor air quality is usually worse for your health than outdoor air? Indoor air quality usually worsens in the wintertime. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to improve your indoor air quality this season.
- Cleaning your house on a weekly basis will help get rid of air pollutants, such as mold, pollen, pet dander and dust mites.
- Mold can start to grow in damp or poorly ventilated areas. To prevent this, have ventilation systems installed in your kitchen and bathrooms.
- Consider purchasing HEPA air filters for your HVAC system. It can remove dust and allergens from the air more efficiently than a regular air filter.
- Plants are considered natural air purifiers. Placing plants throughout your home could improve your indoor air quality.
- On an unseasonably warm winter’s day, open a window to let outdoor air in. That way, you can have a breath of fresh air!