Much is always said about the environment in regards to pollution and outdoor air quality. People are even taking great measures to make their homes more energy efficient to be responsible citizens in regards to how their lives affect those around them. Outdoor air quality and the environment are definitely important, but it’s time to focus on making improvements to the quality of the air inside your home, too.
The very first thing you need to think about is keeping those floors clean. Honestly, whether you want to or not, you’re going to have to at least lightly clean your floors each day. You would not believe how much stuff is tracked inside. You also have to think about dust, dead skin cells and more.
Have you ever cleaned your floors while the sun is shining through a door or window, showing you just how much stuff flies around in the air? What this should tell you is that it matters what you use to help you get the floors clean.
If you’re using a vacuum, you’re not going to get everything up off a flooring surface that doesn’t have carpeting. That means you need to get to mopping! Also, to help keep your home clean and the air quality up to par, keep door mats where they are needed in order to wipe your feet and keep all that stuff outside.
The humidity level in your home is also very important, and there are many things you can do to work on this. It should go without saying that smoking shouldn’t be allowed in your home. You can also opt for radon testing as another option, and some people choose to have the air ducts for their A/C systems cleaned regularly as well.