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How Can You Improve Your Indoor Air Quality?

Nov 16, 2020

Colder weather, paired with the ongoing pandemic concerns, will probably keep us indoors more than the usual winter. With winter approaching you’re probably asking, how can you improve your indoor air quality? Well we have some answers for you.

Change Filters

As part of your routine furnace maintenance, you should always be sure to change your filter every few months. This will allow your furnace to filter out dust and debris that may otherwise be circulated in with the air you breathe. Consider getting your ducts cleaned regularly as well to cut down on other pollutants that may be present in the air in your home.

Air Purifiers and Dehumidifiers

If there are allergens inside your home that you can’t eliminate, such as a pet, it may make sense to invest in an air purifier. Placed in a highly trafficked area, an air purifier will capture some of the irritants that trigger your unpleasant reactions and boost the overall air quality of your home. With a damp basement a dehumidifier may be a good purchase as well to eliminate the threat of mold growth.

Let in Outside Air

Circulating your home with fresh outdoor air is a great way to keep your air quality high. It may be tough to let in some fresh air during the winter, but it’s definitely worth doing when the weather is just right. When your kitchen windows are open, you can also use fans to remove any potentially harmful cooking fumes.

Keep Your Space Clean

Routine cleaning can significantly affect overall air quality by eliminating pet dander, mold and dust. Vacuuming, drape cleaning, and linen washing can all contribute to keeping your air clean. If you decide to do any activities like painting, paint stripping or sanding indoors, be sure that you have plenty of ventilation during and after the project.

Keep Your Air Quality High with Will Air

Will Air is proud to be a customer-centered residential and light commercial heating and cooling company serving the greater Central Maryland area. With over 30 years of experience, we are dedicated to offering the highest quality services at competitive rates. From preventative maintenance to residential HVAC repair, we are here to help you however we can. To get in touch, call us today at (410) 549-9300 or request an estimate.


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