Published on August 27th, 2019
As the summer comes to a close and fall approaches, the air quality in your home can affect your seasonal allergies. If your home’s air quality isn’t maintained it can not only cause you and your family discomfort but can also cause airborne illnesses to fester. Keep you and your family safe year-round by improving the quality of the air you breathe indoors. Your air filter can only work so hard, check out these tips from Blue Frost Heating and Cooling near Batavia.
Keep It Clean
Routinely cleaning your home, or at least your floors can help minimize the amount of dust in your home. The more dust and debris that builds up in our homes can block up our air filters and decrease the quality of our air. Regular cleaning and sanitizing of surfaces that gather dust or dirt can improve the quality of your air.
Make It a No-Smoking Zone
In general, smoking causes many health concerns but smoking indoors can trap the pollution inside your home. If you, or a family member that lives in your household, is a smoker it can greater enhance the effects of second-hand smoke. Deciding to make your home a no-smoking zone can help protect you and your family from contracting cancer and other smoke-related health concerns.
Use Less Air-Polluting Chemicals
Air polluting sprays like air fresheners and hair sprays can add chemicals into your home’s air. To avoid decreasing your home’s air quality, consider using natural alternatives.
Keep the air in your home as clean as it can be by following these few tips. It is also important to regularly replace your air filter. For assistance to improve your home’s air quality contact Blue Frost Heating and Cooling near Batavia at (630) 283-6401 today.