Indoor Air Quality Tips For Homes With Pets

Pets bring joy and affection to our lives. In some households, the presence of fur or feathers is simply a nuisance. In others, bits of fur and feathers found in the indoor air of a home can present a definite health concern. Here are a few tips on how to improve the quality of your indoor air when you have pets. Keep Furniture and Bedding Pet-Free Whenever possible, keep pets out of beds and off furniture. Remember to launder clothing, bed linens, and pillows in hot water. Wipe down surfaces that pets frequently touch like tables and counters to remove
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Understanding Airflow in Your Home

If you want to understand how airflow works in your home, there are two key concepts to appreciate. The first is air distribution and the second is ventilation. Air distribution encompasses how air is dispersed throughout a residence. Ventilation encompasses the process of how stale air is pushed out of your home and how fresh air is brought in. Indoor Air Quality Glenn Baker’s Heating & Air Conditioning has many customers throughout Baton Rouge and neighboring communities. We specialize in indoor air quality and other related topics. We stress the importance of adequate airflow in a house because it’s vital
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3 Ways to Reduce Your Exposure to Indoor Air Pollutants

Indoor air pollutants come from many different sources, some of which may surprise you. Burning candles, for instance, can contribute to indoor air pollution. Minimizing exposure to bad air inside the home is important for the health of everyone in it. Here are three simple ways you can reduce exposure to indoor air pollutants. 1. Reduce Sources of Pollution Make a list of sources of indoor pollution, such as cigarette smoke, household cleaners, and gas stoves. Then look into how you can eliminate or reduce these pollutants. Toxins from secondhand smoke linger inside the house and negatively affect the health
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