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Improving Your Indoor Air Quality in the Spring

Improving Your Indoor Air Quality in the Spring

You and your family will be at great risk if the indoor air quality in your Granbury, TX home remains poor. Headaches, fatigues, nosebleeds, nausea, allergies, asthma attacks, and other health-related problems are just few of the commonly reported issues associated with poor IAQ. Don’t let these problems bother you again this season.

Here are the tips on how you can improve your indoor air quality this spring:

Ventilate Your Home Properly

Proper ventilation can bring in some good, fresh air to your home. Install an exhaust fan to your bathroom and kitchen, so unwanted odors, pollutants, and moisture are removed. Use also an energy recovery ventilation to save more energy. It helps cool the warm air that comes into your home and dilutes contaminants’ concentration while increasing overall comfort.

Change Your Air Filter Regularly

To support proper airflow and good indoor air quality, be sure to change your air filter regularly. Your cooling unit’s air filter is the one filtering the contaminants and pollutants that might attack your breathing environment. Over time, your filter may get clogged and no longer do its job when you leave it this way.

As a rule of thumb, your filter should be replaced at least once every three months or once a month, depending on the air quality condition in your area.

Install an Air Cleaner

Air cleaners are known for filtering dirt, dust, model spores, smoke, pollen, and other airborne contaminants inside your home. These air purifiers are helpful if you have a family member with a weak immune system, asthma, or allergy as they help remove the bacteria present in your breathing space.

When buying, choose an air cleaner with a high Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) for best results. Placing a germicidal UV lamp inside your duct or evaporator coil can also add another layer of protection to your indoor air.

Install CO Detector

Carbon monoxide emitted by household appliances is odorless, which makes it hard to detect indoors. Continuous exposure to this harmful gas can lead to severe issues like poisoning and accidental death. Don’t risk it! Install your new CO detector and smoke alarm right away.

Spring is a beautiful season, and it does bring joy to everyone. This season, however, could also bring health-related problems if you leave your breathing space unprotected. Combat poor IAQ by calling Texas Made Air Conditioning and Heating. Our IAQ specialists provide free in-home consultation and offer the right solutions for your specific needs. Call us to set your service appointment.


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