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3 Natural Ways To Purify Your Home’s Air

3 Natural Ways to Purify Your Home’s Air

Did you know that the air inside of your home could actually be more polluted than the air outside? Poor indoor air quality can wreak havoc on our homes and bodies and can lead to illness if the indoor pollution levels get serious! Because we spend so much of our time inside, whether in our homes, offices or another location, everyone can benefit from learning simple, natural ways to purify the air we breathe.

Change the Air Filter

One of the easiest ways you can help purify the air in your home is by swapping your old filter for a HEPA air filter. These air filters help remove toxins and impurities from the air in your home while also improving the lifespan of your air conditioning system. To reap the benefits of your air filter, make sure you change it regularly.

Get a Salt Lamp

Made from Himalayan natural rock salt, salt lamps contain dozens of trace minerals that are believed to emit negative ions, which clean and neutralize the air. Besides purifying the air in your home, a salt lamp can help create a more relaxing environment as well.

Grow Houseplants

You can put your green thumb to good use and purify the air in your home with the addition of houseplants. Growing houseplants helps filter toxins from the air so you and your loved ones can breathe a little easier. In fact, studies have shown that certain plants can actually remove almost 90 percent of volatile organic compounds. There are lots of houseplants you can use, but these are some of our favorites:

  • Ferns – This plant eliminates toxins with its large fronds.
  • Peace Lily – This plant can rid the air of formaldehyde, xylene, ammonia methyl alcohol and more.
  • Rubber Plant – This natural purifier removes carbon monoxide and formaldehyde.

If poor indoor air quality has become an issue in your home, contact the professionals at Engineered Air. Our team of trained technicians will help uncover what is increasing pollutants in your home and can help you improve your indoor air quality! To learn more ways you can improve your home’s indoor air quality, click here, and be sure to contact Engineered Air for all of your heating and cooling needs.

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