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Aug 06 2015

Are Outdoor Pollutants Entering My Home?

What to do about your home’s indoor air quality this summer.

A House in the Summertime

Indoor air quality is a big concern for many people, especially in the summertime. Right now, your home is probably closed-up tight to keep the air conditioned air shut inside. And it’s probably been that way for weeks, or even months! With no fresh air coming in, the home can begin to smell dank. Plus, if you aren’t careful about changing your air filters and keeping surfaces clean, your home can get really dusty in no time.

While dusting, vacuuming, and changing air filters are a few easy things you can do to cut down on your dust, it still may not be enough. If your home always seems to be coated in dust no matter what you do, it may be time to invest in a whole home air filtration system. There are extremely quiet and efficient models on the market that will make a big difference in your home’s odors and dust levels.

A whole home air filter will turn on whenever your air conditioner runs. It will clean the air that runs through your cooling system, each and every time. With less dust, dirt, dander, and other pollutants circulating through your home, the house will smell better and there will be less dust to clean up. Your family will quickly see a difference as they experience far less allergy and asthma symptoms in your home.

If you’re ready to take control of your home’s indoor air quality, click here to learn more about whole home air filtration systems from Comfort Services.

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