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How Important is the Air Quality in Your Minnesota Home?

Indoor pollution is a serious problem. Many times, the air quality in a home isn’t even something people think about. During the last year, folks have spent more time indoors than ever before, making air quality even more important. At Minnesota Heating & Air Conditioning, we understand poor air quality can impact your health. We are the Minnesota air conditioning installation experts and want to talk about the significance of indoor air quality.

Indoor Pollutants & Why Your Air is So Bad

You can’t escape air pollution; it is everywhere. Surprisingly, the five top causes of air pollution in the US come from indoor pollutants. Common causes indoors include:

  • Volatile organic compounds
  • Dust particles
  • Excess moisture
  • Radon
  • Combustion products
  • Viruses & bacteria
  • Pesticides

Stale & Stuffy Air

When pollutants get trapped inside, the air becomes stale. After a while, breathing can become difficult, and the air has an unpleasant odor. Exposure can cause health problems, particularly if someone has lung issues or a compromised immune system. Low indoor air quality can trigger things such as headaches and allergies. The good news is, there are steps you can take to lessen indoor air pollution. You and your family can breathe clean, quality air that is better for everyone.

Maintain Your HVAC System

One of the best things you can do is to get on a routine HVAC maintenance schedule. Spring and fall are the recommended times to have your system serviced. Other things to do include:

  • Change the filters often
  • Use exhaust fans in bathrooms and kitchens
  • Keep houseplants
  • Do not smoke indoors
  • Purchase an air purifier

We can install high-efficiency air filters that are more efficient than a standard filter. To find out more about the best air purifiers and ensure you have excellent air quality contact Minnesota Heating and Air Conditioning. We are your HVAC experts and can help with any questions you might have.