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Keeping Your Indoor Air Clean

Published by Parisa Ostovari

Unique Ways to Clean and Sanitize Your Indoor Air

Las Vegas coolingIn today's age, pollution is a real concern, and breathing in unclean air can lead to a plethora of health issues including COPD, chronic bronchitis and more. However, in the comfort of your home, there are things you can do to minimize these risks and maximize the quality of the air you and your loved ones breath in.

Address Humidity Problems

Especially during the hot summer months, humidity can wreak havoc on the quality of your air. In order to keep things such as allergens and mold under control, it's important to keep the humidity levels between 30 to 50 percent. While the use of your air conditioner and/or dehumidifier can help reduce your levels, there are additional measures you can take including:

Using an exhaust fan when taking part in activities such as cooking, running the dishwasher, or taking a bath

Taking care not to over-water houseplants

Venting your dryer outside the home

Fixing any leaks in the plumbing

Regularly emptying air conditioner drip pans

Speaking with a professional HVAC technician to pinpoint unique circumstances in your home leading to humidity

Radon TestingLas Vegas Indoor Air Services

Radon is a silent killer, and thousands of people are at risk of the development of conditions such as lung cancer as it invisibly infiltrates the walls of their home. Unfortunately, the only way to know if your home is at risk is to have a professional radon test conducted. Resultant of the decay of uranium found naturally in soil, having this radioactive gas present in your home is an immediate danger. Fortunately, having the home tested is inexpensive, and the process is speedy. If radon is detected, there are easy ways to lower the levels and regain healthful air conditions.

No Smoking

If you currently smoke in the home, stop. Not only does smoking give the home an overall unpleasant aroma, but it also increases the risk of lung cancer and other issues for everyone in the home. Furthermore, if radon is present, the risks increase substantially.

Air Quality You Can Count On

We all want to live long, happy lives, and improving your home's air quality can help you achieve that goal. Contacting a professional HVAC technician is a great first step to take. They can analyze the home and pinpoint particular areas of concern in your unique case.

Want more information on air purification in your Las Vegas area? Just call Anytime Plumbing, Inc at 702-362-9300!

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