If you or your family members are suffering from persistent coughs or stuffy noses, you might have an issue with your air quality. This can be corrected! Keep reading to learn more about how you can improve your indoor air quality.
The first thing you should do is set up a weekly dusting schedule. When dust sits around for a while, particles go into the air and reduce the air quality.
When you dust frequently, you’ll see an improvement right away. You should also open up the windows to let fresh air flow through the house.
You can also get an air purifier to put in bedrooms, kitchens, and living rooms. These are used now more than ever since the beginning of COVID-19. They are a great way to keep your home free of germs floating around in the air. Dehumidifiers are a good option for your basement if you have one. You’d be surprised to see how much water is in the air. Keeping your house free of moisture is important for preventing mold growth.
Watch this video to learn about improving your home’s air quality. It can help you and your family avoid sickness and breathe easily.