Once you’ve completed a high-intensity workout in the Mesa, AZ, sun and have gotten cleaned up, you wouldn’t throw those dirty clothes back on after showering. In the same vein, it’s not wise to recirculate dirty air throughout the home because the quality of your indoor air matters to your overall health, cleanliness, and wellness. To improve the quality of the air in your home, avoid these bad habits at all costs.
Little Outdoor Air Circulation
Indoor air can develop a bad smell when it’s not mixed with outdoor air on a regular basis. One way to remedy this is to open the windows to allow fresh air to circulate through the home. As fresh, clean air circulates in, this process can eliminate toxins and push the dirt particles out. Just be mindful of anyone who’s allergic to ragweed, pollen, or any other outdoor element in that particular season.
Constant Use of Toxic Chemicals
There’s nothing wrong with changing the paint on the bedroom walls or refinishing the wood table with a coat of epoxy resin. However, the damage happens without proper ventilation. If you’re doing these projects on a consistent basis, you’ll want to rethink that or use materials and liquids with less toxic fumes.
Adding a whole-home ventilator to your home’s HVAC system is an effective way to improve ventilation and airflow. There are a number of mechanical ventilators with a variety of available features on the market, so spend a little time researching your options to figure out which will work best for you.
Oftentimes, people opt to take care of their HVAC systems when something is wrong, and by that point, the damage is usually more costly than it would be if you got scheduled tune-ups. Use your time within the fall months wisely by scheduling a maintenance appointment for your HVAC system. With the annual service visits, it’s easier to avoid issues such as dust collection, higher energy bills, and more.
While you might be well-meaning in your efforts to maintain the integrity of your indoor air quality, some habits can cause more harm than good. Whether you have asthmatic children or a sensitivity to dry air, make indoor air quality a priority in your home maintenance routine by contacting Chandler Air in Mesa, AZ for further assistance.
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