As autumn rolls in, cooler weather means closed windows and turning on heaters for the first time in months. That means that the dust, allergens, and other indoor pollutants are trapped in your home and circulated in the warm air, hurting your indoor air quality.
Fall is the busiest season for dust mites, ragweed, and mold, which can make this a miserable time of year for anyone with allergies, asthma, or other breathing difficulties. Here are some tips keep your air healthy and clean:
Autumn is a beautiful time of year. It can also be the worst time of year for the air in your home. However, with a few simple precautions, you’ll be breathing easy long into winter.
For more information on managing air quality, visit Home Air Check