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According to the EPA, the air
inside the average home is up to five times more polluted than the air outside. Pollen, dust mites, dirt, and mold spores
in your home’s air can cause minor health problems like eye and nose irritation, dizziness, and headaches. Indoor air
pollution can also cause more serious problems like respiratory illness, as well as aggravate allergies and asthma. There
are three ways you can improve the air quality in your home:
You can eliminate
many pollutants like dust and pet dander by careful household cleaning. Making sure your heating and air conditioning systems
are well-maintained also helps remove pollutants before they reach your home, and cleaning air duct systems may be helpful
in keeping your systems maintained.
You can decrease the concentration
of indoor pollutants by increasing the quantity of air circulating. Open windows and doors, and use window or attic fans.
Bathroom and kitchen exhaust fans move indoor pollutants out of the room, and increase the outdoor ventilation rate at the
Well-maintained and efficient air cleaners can significantly lower
the amount of pollutants in the air. Their usefulness varies considerably, depending on the type of cleaner (table-top models
will probably be less effective than a whole-house system), and on the strength of the indoor pollution source.
Contact me to find out which methods are best for your home. For more information, read The Inside Story: A Guide to Indoor Air Quality, and the EPA’s Basic Information about Indoor Air Quality.