It’s common knowledge that indoor and outdoor air is not pure: Things like pollen, dust and gases are buoyed by the air and can cause problems if you suffer from allergies or are susceptible to other respiratory issues. The best way to address air pollution as a homeowner is to identify what’s lurking in your indoor air. You can’t purify outdoor air, but you can make your home a haven from problematic pollutants. Here’s how: Continue reading
Many San Antonio residents have reduced their homes’ energy loss by plugging air leaks and sealing their homes tightly. While this is an important step toward improving your home’s overall energy efficiency, it can compromise your indoor air quality. If air can’t move into and out of the house freely, indoor pollutants (dust, pet dander, viruses and bacteria, chemicals from cleaning products) build up. Continue reading
Indoor air quality is one of the most underestimated health hazards that confront San Antonio homeowners. Unfortunately, it’s also common. Indoor air is often home to a host of contaminants, including dust and dust mites, mold spores, bacteria and viruses, pet dander, pollen and cleaning fumes.
Ideally, your indoor air quality strategy should involve more than one method. Here are three effective strategies that can help improve the air you breathe. Continue reading