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The quality of the air around you can have a huge impact on your health and well-being. Therefore, it’s important you keep your home’s air clean.

Maintain your indoor air all year round with the tips and strategies we’re going to be discussing to improve your air quality. Which tips or strategies will you use?

Open Your Windows

This is a quick, easy, and cost-effective way to improve the air quality in your home. Harmful pollutants and substances, like carbon dioxide, can build up indoors.

You should open your windows for at least five minutes every day. This lets fresh air in, and harmful substances out.

Keep Things Clean

You must keep your home clean, neat, and tidy. Even after you’ve cleaned, it only takes a couple of days for dust and dirt to build up again. The contaminants in your home cause around 50% of all illnesses.

Clean your home regularly. Small things like sweeping the floor, vacuuming, and wiping down surfaces will hugely improve your indoor air quality.

Take Your Shoes Off 

Taking your shoes off when you come into your home will help to keep it clean and tidy. Dirt from outside can contain potentially dangerous substances. Some common examples include bacteria, pesticides, pollen, and fungi. If you bring these into your home on the bottom of your shoes, they can circulate in the air that you breathe.

That’s why you should take your shoes off when you come into your home. It will keep your air clean, as well as your floors.

Groom Your Pets 

This is another way to keep your house, and your air, clean. Pet skin cells are known as dander. If you have a pet, you can find dander throughout your entire home. This can damage the air quality in your home and can even cause asthma-like symptoms.

Try to reduce dander as much as possible. Regularly wash your pets, brush them outdoors, and vacuum your home.

Are you looking for more information on how to improve your air quality in your home? Our team at Link ClimateCare would be happy to help. Reach out to our team today.

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Get Rid of Mould

Mould is a type of fungus that likes to grow in places that are dark and damp. That’s why it’s often found in bathrooms, basements, and laundry rooms. Mould can seriously reduce air quality. It releases spores into the air that can trigger allergy-like symptoms.

Make sure that you check your home for mould and remove any as soon as you see it. This is an essential step in keeping the air in your home clean.

Take Out Your Garbage

We all know that garbage can build up very quickly. It is important to dispose of it right away as leaving garbage in your home can damage the air quality and your health. Food items will begin to break down and rot. Other things in your bin may start to release hazardous substances.

All of these can fill the air in your home. When you breathe it in, it can seriously impact your overall health.

Get Houseplants  

Indoor plants don’t just look great. They can improve your indoor air quality. 

Plants photosynthesise – which means that they absorb carbon dioxide and create oxygen. This hugely benefits the quality of air around you. They remove harmful substances and create cleaner air at the same time.

Invest in an Air Purifier

An air purifier has the power to transform the air in your home. It can reduce and remove any harmful particles, pollutants, or toxins that may be circulating.

It does this by sucking these through specialized filters. These filters essentially sanitize the air that passes through them.

How To Keep Air Clean at Home

As you can see, clean air is essential for your health and wellbeing.

But that isn’t enough. An annual indoor air quality service can protect you, your loved ones, and your belongings. Contact Link ClimateCare now to book.  

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