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Improving your indoor air quality

“We all know that indoor air quality is a major concern. Especially with the growing number of people who work from home, or who spend a lot of time inside, for better or worse. To improve your indoor air quality, you should try these easy tips – change your furnace filters regularly, invest in a good vacuum cleaner, invest in some plants, and more!

Check your furnace and clean your air Ducts

First, be sure to change your furnace filters whenever you notice they are dirty or dusty. This is an easy way to ensure that the air in your home isn’t polluted with allergens and dust – two of the biggest concerns for indoor air quality. If you live in Canada and are worried about Kelowna Air Quality, make sure to track your air quality using apps and making changes to your surroundings often like changing your furnace filter. The average person should change their furnace filter every one to three months depending on the type of filter they have, how dirty it is when you put in a new one, and the air quality of the environment in which your home is located. However, if you or someone living in your home has asthma or allergies, then change your furnace filter every month.”

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Having your air ducts cleaned on a semi-regularly basis will ensure that impurities like dust and debris aren’t spread frequently throughout your home. It’s also a good idea to vacuum at least once a week, twice if possible. Most people don’t realize how many allergens might be lingering in their carpet. By vacuuming you’re sucking up such pollutants and providing fresher and cleaner air.

The team at Bauer Restoration offers air duct cleaning services to Minnesota residents in the Faribault area. Call us at 507-333-9838 to learn more or schedule an appointment.