How to Control
Your Home’s Air Quality
Don’t be lazy about the indoor air quality of your home.
The air you breathe is too important to ignore!
It’s easier than you might think to have a major impact on improving your home air comfort and quality. The information on this page will help you…
- Determine which quality factors are the most important to your family and, therefore, should be addressed first.
- Discover how healthy, or not, your house actually is.
- Decide what to do about those areas that need improving.
Ready? Let’s get started:
How does humidity effect air quality?
In Minnesota, indoor air is typically humid in the summer and dry in the winter.
- Indoor Humidity
What, exactly, is "relative humidity"?
How does it effect your indoor humidity?
Why do you need to know about it?
- Summer Humidity
“It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity…” that makes the weather so unbearable. High humidity can also result in mold and mildew. This is a health risk to your family, and can cause wood rot and other structural damage.
The most common problem with air conditioned homes that are still too humid is an over-sized AC that causes short-cycling.
- Winter Dry Air
Let's face it, that dry winter air annoying! But if you don’t address the issue while it is just annoying, you could end up dealing with bigger problems like health issues and structural damage to your home or furnishings.
Do you know what's in your air ducts?
What can and can't Air Purifiers do?
Gas Testing - a MUST for peace of mind!
Proper Use of Furnace Filters
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