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Residential Indoor Air Quality: Improving the Health of Your Family and Comfort in Your Home

Monday, December 27, 2010

Residential indoor air quality is something that every homeowner should consider. Your home is the one place your family always returns to. The air you breathe inside can have a profound impact on your general health and comfort. Recently, many have learned the value of good residential indoor air quality. This has presented a need for better, easy to use ways to clean air and improve quality.

How Can Bad Residential Indoor Air Quality Affect My Health?

Poor residential indoor air quality can negatively impact your general health. The air you breathe can increase the likeliness of allergy problems. Those that already have severe allergy issues will have even more problems when breathing poor quality air. Residential air quality is so important because of the amount of time we spend at home. At night, we breathe the air inside our bedrooms and during the day we often work, play, relax and socialize in the home. Poor residential air quality can lead to respiratory infections and other related health conditions.

What Can I Do To Improve Residential Indoor Air Quality?

Improving residential indoor air quality may not be as difficult as you think. The first step is maintaining a clean household. This involves removing dust, vacuuming carpets and cleaning up pet hair and dander. Also check furnace filters and replace them as often as necessary. After all, the filter comes in contact with the air that will flow through the home. Duct cleaning can also help reduce airborne debris. These tasks should be done regularly to prevent a build up of dust and debris that can make its way into the home from the outside.

Many companies now offer devices and services that can improve residential indoor air quality. Air purifiers and ionizers are very popular and can be purchased at many retail locations. Companies like Clear Air Solutions also provide cost effective services that will evaluate and improve residential indoor air quality. Professionals will test the current home air quality and make recommendations on what needs done. Full service companies can provide mould removal, duct cleaning, and anti bacterial treatment services.

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