You may not think about Indoor Air Quality, as long as your air conditioner is keeping your home cool, but the quality of the air you breathe at home has a direct impact on you and your family’s health. By all reports, a number of Texas cities rank relatively high in outdoor pollution, which ultimately is the air you breathe inside your home. If you or a family member has asthma, COPD, allergies or any other breathing issues, improving your indoor air is imperative; but making your indoor air as clean as possible for everyone is still the overall goal.

The air circulating inside your home can become polluted by off-gassing of furniture, paint, household cleaners and burning scented candles. Family members and friends bring in all sorts of allergens from outside on their clothes and shoes, not to mention the allergens that pets of all types contribute.

With allergens and pollution coming at us from inside and outside our home, what’s a person to do? Actually, plenty can be done to combat indoor air pollution. Take a look at our infographic below to see which allergens are prevalent during particular seasons and then we provide quite a few ideas on how to combat them so you can feel confident that you and your family are protecting your health by breathing clean indoor air. For more information about improving your indoor air quality, call one of our helpful customer representatives at 281-346-3095.



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