You might not realize this, but there’s a very good chance that your indoor air quality is worse than that of outdoors. At least, this is true if your home doesn’t have the right indoor air quality products and services in place. And it’s especially true if you have a newer home. This is because homes today are built very tightly to allow for optimal HVAC efficiency—great news for your air conditioner or heater, but not so great for your allergy or asthma symptoms!
Fortunately, there are a number of indoor air quality solutions that can help with this! When you run either one of your HVAC units, they do draw in air, but the air filters that are in place aren’t designed to remove a high level of contaminants—those air filters are simply meant to protect the HVAC systems themselves. It’s time to look beyond the standard HVAC air filter! Consider these 3 methods to improve indoor air quality.