Home is where one finds peace and solace after spending a long hectic day outside. It is essential to keep the house clean and hygienic throughout the year. As the seasons change, the house requires changes as well. You will need a heater or humidifier in winters and splits in summers.
When a new year begins, I always muse on ways to improve indoor air quality in my home. I look back and reflect on the things I didn’t accomplish the previous year or what insights I might have gleaned from all my time as an HVAC technician. I also research new approaches that I can use to make my home and those of my clients as comfortable and cozy as possible.
While conducting my research, I realized that there are a few and common tips that seem to be rehashed by various websites and media outlets out there. And since there’s no better time talk about this topic than now, I decided to run with it and create an exhaustive list.
Do you suspect the air inside your house to be contaminated? Are you unsure of the sources of indoor air pollution in your home?
Indoor air pollution has become a public health concern, and most of us would agree that the air we breathe inside our homes is important too.
Isn’t it fair enough to say that the air we breathe inside our homes is cleaner than what we breathe outside?