Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) in your Kyle, Texas, home can wreak havoc on allergies. It can also increase asthma symptoms and lead to respiratory problems. Fortunately, your air quality isn’t out of your control. You can follow a few simple tips that’ll help you improve your IAQ and allow everyone in your home to breathe a little bit easier.
Focus on Your Floors
No matter what kind of floors you have, the flooring in your home is one of the most popular places for dirt, pet dander and pollen to hide. Debris and pollen can easily be tracked in on your shoes and clothing. Try to vacuum your home at least once a week, making sure to get in corners or under furniture where particles can hide.
Regularly Replace Your Filter
The filter on your HVAC system works to trap debris and pollutants before they can get in your HVAC system and out through the ducts in your home. You should change the filter in your home every one to three months. As a result, it’ll perform its function properly and promote proper airflow in your home.
Invest in an Air Cleaner
Air cleaners remove most of the contaminants from your indoor air. They’re an ideal choice for households with those who suffer from allergies or other respiratory concerns. If you’ve noticed your allergies getting worse, consider installing an air cleaner.
Keep Pollutants Out
One of the easiest ways to improve the IAQ of your home is by keeping the pollutants out of the house. Make your house a smoke-free zone, groom your pets outside and have your guests remove their shoes when they enter your home. Avoid the temptation of opening windows when the pollen levels outside are high. As a result, you’ll help ease symptoms for allergy sufferers living in the home.
Follow the aforementioned tips to improve the IAQ in your home. Want to see if an air cleaner is right for you? Contact us at 512-273-7933 today. Cool Cat AC & Heating will find the right air quality solutions for you.
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