How Clean Is Your Indoor Air?

If you’re like most people, you spend a lot of time inside your home. Therefore, it is important that the air in your house is as clean as possible. There are many different strategies that you can use to improve your home’s air quality and minimize the chances that anyone gets sick.

What You Don’t Know Could Be Harmful

Carbon monoxide and radon are both odorless gases that can cause significant health problems. Radon is one of the most common causes of lung cancer while carbon monoxide can lean toward developmental delays and other mental health issues. Ideally, you should install a carbon monoxide detector in your home and schedule radon testing on a regular basis. A professional from Collins Comfort Masters in Tempe can perform an indoor air quality test in your Phoenix area home at your earliest convenience.

Carpets Can Hold a Large Quantity of Material

Carpets are great at trapping mold, dust and pet dander. Ideally, you should have your carpets professionally cleaned at least once a year to help improve the air quality in your home. It is also a good idea to have them replaced at least once a decade as they become harder to clean as they get older. If you have wooden floors, be sure to dust and mop them every few days to get rid of particles that could make their way into the air.

Air Purifiers Can Take Pollutants Out of the Air

Over time, you may have learned to ignore the smell of smoke, mildew or other odors that linger in your home. However, they can still cause damage to your home and make life harder for those with allergies, asthma or other health conditions. Air purifiers can be designed for use in a single room or throughout the whole house.

If you’re concerned about your home’s air quality, give our office a call today. Our professional staff can also work on your home’s plumbing and HVAC system.