4 Reasons to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality in 2022
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4 Reasons to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality in 2022

Indoor air quality is an often overlooked, but important facet of every home. Having good indoor air quality can positively impact your life and give you a healthy boost day-to-day. We take tens of thousands of breaths per day, so the quality of air indoors is imperative to good health.

We spend a lot of time indoors and, while we’re there, we do many things! We cook, eat, lounge, sleep, all of which can kick up allergens and dust. When your home cannot filter its air, it becomes polluted and not-so-safe to breathe.

Here are 4 reasons why you should improve your indoor air quality for the coming year!

1.   Reduced Allergy Problems

Throughout the summer, pollens from thousands of different plants and vegetation kick up around the landscape to hopefully find a new home for themselves. However, some of the pollen will find their way inside your home. Pollen that sits inside your home can cause an onslaught of allergy symptoms, especially when you can open your windows on account of the cold weather.

The installation of an air purifier will help circulate the air in your home and filter out any allergens or dust that can cause seasonal allergies.

2.   Escape the Winter Dryness

Living around the Prior Lake area, you know all too well how a Minnesota Winter can be very dry. If you or anyone in your household suffers from dry skin, chapped lips, static clinging of clothes, or shocks from your carpet, your house may be too dry. When you install a whole-house humidifier, you’ll put some moisture back into the air during those dry winter months.

3.   Reduce Mold

Unlike the previously mentioned dry household, there are areas of your home where moisture isn’t welcome. Mold lives in moist cool conditions, like your basement, and can be circulated through your home by your heating or cooling systems. However, you can kill any mold growth in your home by using UV light! Applications of UV lights help kill mold growth in your heating or cooling systems before it circulates all-around your home.

4.   Improved Long-Term Health

Improving your air quality is just for your day-to-day health, it’s for long-term health as well! Improved air quality can help your sleep better at night and protect you against sleep-related breathing conditions. In general, improved indoor air quality will significantly reduce your chances of airborne-related illness!

Contact Quality Systems Heating & Cooling

If you’re looking for improved air quality, heating repair or maintenance, and AC repair or maintenance in the Prior Lake area, call on Quality Systems Heating & Cooling!

Get a free quote online or give us a call at 952-226-2665 today!

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