INDOOR AIR QUALITY
Indoor Air Quality
You May Be Polluting Your Own Air! Your activities at home can contribute to the pollutants in the air. Cleaners and personal-care products are high culprits for this. We would not recommend to smoke inside. Cigarette smoke contains 7,000 chemicals and 69 poisons known to cause cancer. Children and elderly people are particularly sensitive to this, if you are a smoker is always better to smoke outside not indoors. Burning candles releases particles into the air.If you buy candles look for pure bee wax candles intead of other candles that are on the market. Adequate ventilation is necessary to keep these contaminants under control. What Can You Do To Improve Your Home’s Air Quality? Follow the recommendations below to help improve your home’s air quality:
- Ensure proper ventilation around fuel-burning appliances like furnaces, fireplaces, ranges, and heaters.
- Use proper ventilation when cleaning, painting, or using harsh chemical products in your home.
- Let us replace and maintain your home’s air filters at least once a season.
- Have your ductwork tested for leaks.
- Clean your humidifiers and dehumidifiers regularly.
- Keep your house clean by regularly vacuuming with high quality vacuums or if you have hardwood floors, use non toxic hardwood cleaning products.
- Let us Install a carbon monoxide detector, test for radon, and leave the asbestos to the professionals!