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How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Improving IAQ is a collective effort. Educate your family members or colleagues about the importance of good indoor air quality. Encourage everyone to participate by practicing good habits like proper ventilation, reducing pollutants, and maintaining a clean and healthy environment.
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When Should You Schedule Indoor Air Quality Testing?

As the contaminants and pollutants in your home increase, the worse your family will feel. Those with pet allergies won't be able to escape the surplus pet dander and hair in the air. Dust mites, pollen and other debris will make it feel like you have a perpetual cold no matter the season. These symptoms are often much worse for family members who are immunocompromised.
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Indoor Air Quality Solutions to Help Alleviate Your Allergies

One important indoor air quality factor that many people tend to ignore is their HVAC system’s air filter. In most cases, you should replace or wash your air filter every one to three months. However, if you live in a dusty area or suffer from frequent allergies, you should replace your filter much more often.
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