The Good Air Lady
The Good Air Lady
talks about what you breathe
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Improving Air Quality in Your Home



Air quality is one of the most important, yet least thought of elements in our general health and well being. The average human breathes in around eleven thousand litres of air each day, and yet there are no pervasive air quality control measures present in our homes.

While there may be little that can be done on an immediate level to improve the quality of air at large, there are things that can be done to improve home air quality. Home air quality plays a huge role in the health and well being of the family. Indoor air quality determines the quality of the air we are breathing as we sleep and go about our daily routines at home.

There are options for having air quality testing done in the home, but an air quality test is not necessary to make an effort to improve the quality of air in your home. Indoor air quality is affected by things like smoking, pets, allergens like mold spores and dust mites, as well as seasonal allergens like pollens. Keeping a clean house and using natural cleaning agents is another important part of improving indoor air quality, since strong chemicals and detergents can affect the quality of air we breathe.

Smokers should smoke in a well ventilated area, or outside, as much as possible to ensure for higher air quality indoors. Regular wet dusting and carpet and upholstery cleaning are also important.

Another measure for gaining sound air quality control in the home is to employ the help of home air filters, which purifies the air through a filtering system. Some of these systems can take out even the tiniest pollutants from the surroundings, leaving a home with clean and clear home air, ensuring that your family is not breathing in any harmful pollutants, allergens or bacteria.