Substances that affect indoor air quality in your home have many causes. Several solutions exist to combat this pollution.
Indoor air pollution is more harmful than air pollution and is responsible for many conditions that can be serious.
Solutions exist to improve ambient air quality and combat polluting substances.
The best way to improve indoor air quality
Activated carbon, ionization or HEPA filter air purifiers, the systems to clean the air in your homes are diverse and varied. Some retain fine particles, VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) including formaldehyde or toluene contained in home fragrances and paints. Others attack bacteria, allergens or mould.
How can you easily clean the air inside your home?
Summer and winter alike, think about airing your house at least 10 minutes a day, especially when you’re cleaning. Exit detergents, use natural products just as effective such as alcohol vinegar, baking soda or black soap.
The most dangerous pollution in your home
Have your combustion heaters checked annually by a professional. This will prevent severe carbon monoxide poisoning, a colourless, odourless gas.