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Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality is an important factor to consider in your home. Poor air quality can cause health issues for you and your family as well as lead to the accumulation of dirt and dust around your home. There are several things you can do to improve and maintain good indoor air quality, and these simple steps can make a huge difference.

One of the easiest things to do to keep your air clean is to use your HVAC system. Along with heating and cooling mechanisms, your HVAC ventilates your home and filters the air. Utilizing your heating and cooling system will keep air circulating in your home and remove dust, excess moisture, and other contaminants from the air.

Changing the air filters in your home is also key to maintaining satisfactory indoor air quality. This is another simple task that can seem tedious, but it has very apparent effects when not properly taken care of.

Additionally, sealing your windows and doorways is very helpful in blocking harmful outdoor particles from entering your home. It is important to make sure you have the right amount of ventilation in your home, so you don’t completely block air circulation, but also prevent large amounts of pollutants from entering your home.

There are many other things that can aid in improving indoor air quality, like dusting, vacuuming, and washing bedding frequently. Each of these simple tasks can make a huge difference in your indoor air quality, making your home a more comfortable and healthy place to be. If you have any other questions about improving your indoor air quality, call our team at AppleBlossom Energy.