Tips to Control Airborne Contaminants

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Did you know that the air in your home is likely even more dirty and contaminated than the air outdoors?

This is mainly because of the fact that the air outdoors is free to move around and circulate, while the air in your home can easily stay stagnant, allowing germs, dust, and other allergens to remain in the air. If you want to control the amount of airborne contaminants in your home, then you may be curious as to what an Edmonton Air Quality System can do for you.

Clean your home on a regular basis

The most basic step to keeping the air in your home clean is to keep your home clean. General cleaning chores, such as vacuuming, dusting, and wiping can help to remove dust and debris, as well as kill germs in the surroundings.

Clean your air quality systems

Whether you have an air conditioner, a furnace, or some other type of air quality system installed in your home, it is important to remember to give it a cleaning every once in a while. Have your air ducts and vents cleaned by an expert, and change your air filters on a regular basis.

Let nature do the trick

Another way to keep your air clean is to put some plants in your home. Plants can help to remove pollutants from the air while releasing fresh oxygen into your home. Furthermore, scientific studies show that plants have positive and therapeutic psychological and physiological effects.

Get an air purifier or air ionizer

Perhaps the best way to keep your home air clean is to get an air purifier, air ionizer, or some other air quality unit that is meant to clean the air in your home. These products use various technologies to remove allergens like bacteria, germs, and dust from the air, while circulating the air to keep it clean in your home at all times.

Air Care offers a wide range of Air quality control systems. Contact us Today to learn more about how these systems can benefits your Edmonton home.