Our team here at Turners Underseal understands that your home is important to you, and we want to help you make it as comfortable as possible for you and your loved ones. When it comes to your overall comfort and health, one thing that makes a big difference is your indoor air quality. In this article, we’ll provide three tips on how to improve the quality of your indoor air in order to help you and your household breathe easier.
- Change Your Air Filters- One way to improve your indoor air quality is to change your air filters. Like all filters, they are designed to collect undesirable substances–in this case dust and other irritants–and prevent them from circulating through the system. However, air filters can only hold so much dust before they lose effectiveness, and so will need to be switched out regularly for best results.
- Keep Fabric Clean- Another way to improve your indoor air quality is to increase your efforts to keep your soft surfaces, such as rugs and curtains, clean and fresh. Things like carpets, drapes, blankets, etc. are known to trap dust and other irritants in their fibers, which can then escape back into the air to irritate your sinuses and lungs once more.
- Inspect for Mold- A third way to improve your indoor air quality is to have your home inspected for mold, which can have a serious impact on your respiratory health. Our team provides top-notch mold inspection services for this purpose–if we find mold, we can get right to work on removing the affected materials, and if we don’t, we can take extra precautions to keep mold out.