Indoor Air Quality London
Date posted: March 3, 2014 Homes in London were once subjected to some bad air pollution every time they opened their doors or windows. That has since been corrected, but what more can you do to improve your indoor air quality – making an even greater impact on your everyday life. You may not be able to go outside and convert every car into a Nissan Leaf, but you can certainly control your indoor environment. Here are the three easiest ways to do it.
Use better filters to improve the air inside your homeThe allergens and chemicals which can build up in your home are largely carried by dust. If you choose a vacuum with a HEPA filter on it you can reduce harmful chemicals and allergens such as:
- brominated fire retardants
- pet dander
- dust mites