Indoor air quality (IAQ) is the quality of air within andaround your home, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of yourfamily. IAQ affects all areas of your health and wellbeing and, in turn,affects your family’s comfort. If the IAQ in your home is worsening, you’llbegin to feel dizzy, fatigued, and exhibit flu-like symptoms.
If you suspect your home’s IAQ is worse for wear, don’t worry. Heat Relief has four tips that will help.
1. Change Your Air Filters
The reason why all of us at Heat Relief encourage you to change your air filters so frequently is that they have such a large effect on your IAQ. Air filters work hard to filter out dirt, dust and other nasty particulates as air circulates through your home. When your filters are old and dirty, those particulates fill your home’s air.
2. Utilize UltraViolet (UV) Lights
If you’re concerned about molds and other dangerous micro-organisms that thrive in the moist environment inside your system, then you should take advantage of UltraViolet Germicidal Lamps. When a licensed Heat Relief professional installs this device in your home, the UV kills the micro-organisms living inside your system.
3. Get a Green Thumb
Aloe vera, bamboo palms, snake plants, and chrysanthemumsare some of the many plants that work to remove air pollutants from your home.For an expanded list of plants and what they remove from your air, clickhere.
4. Use an Air Purifier
The most effective way to enhance the air quality in yourhome is with an airpurifier. Bryant’s Perfect Air™ solutions provide healthier and cleaner airthroughout your home by removing dangerous bacteria, viruses, pollen, and moldfrom the air you breathe.