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Top 5 Ways To Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Posted on June 28th, 2019 by Jupiter Tequesta

If you are a homeowner, you should be just as concerned about the air quality in your home as the air outside. According to the EPA, the air inside your home could be potentially more polluted than the air outside. Studies have shown that indoor air can be 10 times more toxic than outdoor air. 

Indoor air can be contaminated with many dangerous chemicals and contaminants, such as: 

  • Mites that live off dust and mold 
  • Formaldehyde venting from synthetic products in your home
  • Volatile organic compounds from household cleaners and fragrances

Tainted air in your home can cause a host of problems, contributing to cancer, asthma and other breathing difficulties. Those who summer from allergies will experience worse symptoms if the air inside the home isn’t clean.

The simple solution is to improve the air quality in your home so that you can breathe easier. Below are the top five ways you can improve the air quality in your home: 

1. Keep Your Home Clean with the Proper Tools

Many allergens fall to the ground and other surfaces in your home. As you walk on your floors or sit on your furniture, dust, dust mites and other allergens get stirred up and recirculate in the air.

Use a vacuum and air purifier with a HEPA filter to take those toxins out of circulation. A HEPA filter forces air through a fine mesh that traps harmful particles, and is the most efficient way to make sure your home is truly clean.

2. Turn on the AC or Dehumidifier

Dust mites and mold prefer to breed in humid conditions. By keeping the humidity levels in your home low, you can discourage their reproduction. Your dehumidifier will aid in helping your air conditioners make your home cooler, and will work in tandem to ensure that no harmful particles start to grow in your home.

3. Keep Pollutants Out

Don’t add to the toxins in your air by using toxic cleaners, or smoking cigarettes indoors. Do your best to keep the air clean and fresh. By limiting the amount of pollutants you are purposefully bringing into your home, you can begin to greatly improve your indoor air quality.

4. Air out Your House

Open your windows and doors from time to time to allow fresh air into your home. Not only will this save on your utility bill, but it will give your air conditioner a well-deserved break. If you keep your house shut up all the time, the air can become stale and toxic. An open window can freshen your home quickly. 

5. Talk to an Air Quality Specialist

After you’ve done your part, call an air quality specialist to find solutions to poor indoor air quality. At Jupiter-Tequesta Air Conditioning, we offer Green Safety Ductwork, which can regulate temperatures throughout your home and reduce the potential for mold growth. Plus, we offer a UV Air Sanitizer that can:

  • Destroy bad odors
  • Stop the spread of bacteria and mold
  • Improve the air quality in your home

If you need help improving the air quality in your home, call a professional for a check-up call. At Jupiter-Tequesta Air Conditioning, Plumbing, & Electric, we’re versed in the ins and outs of HVAC, and can help you breathe easier and healthier. Give us a call today at (561) 747-5740 for a tune-up or inspection.


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