- Don’t smoke indoors
- Limit checmicals used for cleaning purposes
- Wash bedding/linens in hot water to kill dust mites
- Keep pets outside
Once you become aware of the possible pollutants in your home, you can take the first step to improving the quality of air you breathe just by eliminating many of the irritants.
Step 2: Better Ventilation
Improve indoor air quality with better ventilation in the areas of the home where moisture, smoke, or steam occur.
Bathrooms – Kitchens – Laundry – Room with Fireplaces
Today’s energy efficient construction methods make homes so tight that mechanical ventilation is needed to remove contaminants which cause mold, mildew or poor air quality.
The third step to better indoor air quality is to clean and filter the air.
Fantech’s Whole House HEPA Filtration unit is one way you can do just that. This small, compact unit is designed to clean the total volume of air in an average size house once an hour. Mold spores, pet dander, cooking odors, dust mites and their by-products are all captured in a series of three filters.