If you’re getting more frequent colds, there could be many reasons why. The first thing you should look at is the amount of air pollution in your home. If there’s not enough air circulating in your home, you could have mold, or other pollutants in the air in your home causing you to get sick. Adding house plants, changing your air conditioner’s filter, installing an air cleaner, using a mechanical ventilator to improve ventilation, and moving your furniture around can help improve the air in your home. Surgi’s Heating & Air Conditioning also has a list of ways to improve air quality here.
If you’re noticing stale air in your home, having allergy symptoms, or have one of these three signs that your air duct needs cleaning from Air-Specialty, there are several steps you can take to reduce air pollution in your home. Adding house plants, changing your HVAC filter, installing a whole-home air cleaner, improving ventilation with a mechanical ventilator, and rearranging your furniture can all help alleviate your home’s air pollution in different ways. Taking these steps improves air circulation, removes pollutants, or removes moisture from the air so mold doesn’t start growing. We’ll show in more detail how each step works to help improve the air pollution in your home.