When you take steps to improve your home’s air quality, that can positively impact your quality of life. Fresher air leads to better sleep, which leads to more productive days. Air quality is usually associated with outdoor haze and smog, but indoor air is important, too. Your home is an environment of trapped air, laundry and cleaning products, allergenic dust, plus whatever pollen the outside air can bring in.
The good news is that you can control your home’s air quality, and keeping that air clean is relatively easy with a little planning and research. To start, you can look at E.C. Waters’ ways to improve your indoor air quality.