7 Easy Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality: Protect your home or workplace

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12 December 2017 - 15:12, by , in News, Comments off

1. Smoking is one of the most common types of indoor air pollution. The best thing to do is to quit smoking and make your home anti-smoking zone. The less smoke that is emitted into the air the less chance of one of the listed effects happening to someone that you love. Smoking is a leading cause of cancer. Lung cancer is the most common form of cancer caused by smoking.

2. Make sure you check the ingredients on any of your cleaning supplies to make sure they are environmentally friendly. Do your homework on what is considered to be a dangerous ingredient. You can also find an environmentally friendly cleaning list online so you know exactly what to buy.

3. Have your home checked for asbestos. This is typically done before you move into the home. If you have a home that was built prior to the ban of asbestos, it is important to make sure there is none still lingering within the home.

4. Stop using gas stoves in your home as well as certain types of space heaters. They release harmful chemicals that could be dangerous to human health.

5. Have your home inspected for any mould, radon, or any other harmful chemical or bacteria that may be in your home. These types of inspections are traditionally done before you move in so keep that in mind as well.

6. Use a good vacuum cleaner that has strong brushes to keep out chemicals and allergens that can accumulate in your home. Areas in your home which are most commonly visited must be cleaned thoroughly by using the vacuum several times.

7. Most of the dirt comes in the home from the shoes. Keep a large mat out of every room and wiping your shoes when entering a room will reduce the amount of dirt and other pollutants from getting into your home.

Understanding the causes and effects of indoor air pollution will help you to understand why it should be prevented and what you can do to prevent it yourself. There are various online resources that can help you to discover the best options for you and your family. Making small changes within the home can really make a huge difference. Having your home inspected on a regular basis can really help you to prevent any further damage to not only your home, but you and your family as well.