It may be hard for many people to believe, but the air inside your home can be twice as dirty as the air outside of your home. The reason for this is because the air inside of the home is essentially airtight, which traps pollutants. Keep reading to learn some of the more common sources of indoor air pollution and what you can do about them.
Common Air Pollutants Inside Your Home
Believe it or not, the majority of the things that are polluting your indoor air are things that you use daily.
Fighting Air Pollutants Inside Your Home
You may not have realized there were so many pollutants contaminating the air inside of your home. The good news is that there are steps that you can take to minimize these pollutants.
If you would like to learn more, contact an air conditioning service in your area.Share
6 August 2020
Every summer, I agonized over energy bills that would shoot into the stratosphere as a result of my efforts to keep cool in the heat. Every time I turned the temperature down, my bills increased. This summer, I decided to take some of the control over my energy bill back. I installed reflective film on my windows that reduced the amount of light and heat coming into the house. I started serving more cold meals or asking my husband to barbecue outside, so that my air conditioner didn't have to compete with the hot stove, and I started doing laundry at night to reduce appliance heat in the house at peak times. I also had ceiling fans installed. So far, the difference in my bill has been tremendous. This blog is a way for me to explore other ways to reduce energy drain during the summer months.