Do you ever think just how safe the air is inside your home?
The truth is, air pollution in your home can be just as bad – or even worse – than it is outdoors. And with the average American spending 87% of their life indoors, you’d think that indoor air quality would be something we’d hear about more often. But don’t panic! With a little preventative maintenance and some basic knowledge, you can take immediate steps to improve your indoor air quality today.
Here are a few things you can do to improve the air quality in your home:
- Change your AC filter
- Change any other filters that you might have, such as your kitchen vent, laundry dryer and vacuum cleaner
- Check your air ducts regularly
- Keep rugs and carpets clean
These simple steps you can do yourself right away, but consider setting up an appointment with a Clear Heating & Air professional directly on our website!
We can help keep your air clear!