Improving Indoor Air Quality at Home

Improving Indoor Air Quality at Home

This spring brought social distancing, work from home, sheltering in place, and an emphasis on indoor air quality. Americans spend an average of 90% of their days indoor and, since lockdowns were enforced nearly 7 months ago, that percentage has only increased. To help improve the quality of air we are breathing inside our homes, Redfin reached out to us and other home air experts to compile a list of tips that will help you keep your indoor air a little cleaner. Here it is;

1. Increase Airflow

In addition to regularly replacing your HVAC filter, EnviroKlenz recommends adding portable air purifiers with HEPA filters to increase the air exchanges in your home.

2. Clean your ducts

Cleaning your air ducts will improve your air quality and keep your system running efficiently.

3. Invest in a purifier

Air purifiers can help dilute, displace, and remove airborne particles throughout your home. The AirBox system is a certified HEPA product with proven technology to help improve your indoor air quality and offer peace of mind.

4. Watch the humidity

Dry air can also affect your Indoor Air Quality and make you sick and uncomfortable. 212 HVAC suggests keeping your home humidity between 40-50%.

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