Improve Your Homes Air Quality After A Renovation
With winter upon us, it’s likely your home renovations or new home projects are finished or almost finished. You also may be thinking about projects for the spring. When it comes to construction in the home, whether it’s minor or major repairs, they can produce a variety of airborne contaminants that can impact your homes air quality. Indoor pollutants like construction dust, chemicals, and all kinds of other particles can hang out in your home weeks after the project has been completed. They can also affect your health.
During the winter months, the air in your home can already feel stale with lack of ventilation or proper air circulation. This can make it hard to maintain good indoor air quality. But, there is hope! Here’s what you can do:
Replace Your Air Filters: Replacing your air filters monthly is something that should be on your radar, but if you’ve just completed a home project, you should do it as soon as possible.
Get Your Air Ducts Cleaned: Help stop the spread of airborne debris in your home by having the air ducts cleaned. The ducts in your home are an important part of keeping air flowing, but when construction dust or debris accumulates (not to mention other things that may be floating around), it contaminates your home. By having your system cleaned, you may prevent premature breakdown &
aging of your heating and cooling system.
Invest in a U.V. Light Whole House Air Purification System: Installing a U.V light whole house air purification system in your home, you can help remove germs, dust, bacteria, and so much. If a whole new system isn’t in the budget, you can also look at air purifiers for each room. Want to talk about your options? We’re happy to help!