As a homeowner, there is no doubt that you want the best indoor air quality for your home. Luckily, some natural air purification solutions can help you achieve the air quality you want. At Climate Magic, we want you to be breathing the healthiest air possible. That’s why we’ve created a professional list of ways that you can naturally purify the air in your home at little cost to you!
Do you want to get that fresh air feel you get when you’re outside? Having house plants can help with that! Indoor house plants are one of the best indoor air purifiers. You can place different plants around the home so they can help filter air in all corners.
Some of the best houseplants for this use are rubber trees, aloe vera, ficus, and english ivy. These plants naturally draw toxins out of the air and release naturally purified air back into your home.
Essential oils and natural cleaners
Like candles, you can burn essential oils that will not only help purify the air but also have health benefits such as boosting energy, relieving stress, and reducing anxiety. They can fill your home with good scents while still helping.
You should also stray away from harsh chemical cleaners and use natural cleaners. You can find these in stores as their popularity has grown in recent years, but you can also use household items such as baking soda, vinegar, and hydrogen peroxide to help clean. These cleaners will keep chemical smells out of the home while still cleaning and preventing build-up.
Salt lamps, specifically Himalayan Pink salt, are unique as they can remove toxins from the air. You can get these in a simple small light or even a large basket with more salt rocks. Not only do they have a beautiful appearance, Himalayan salt lamps ionize the air around them and thus kill dust mites, and cling to dust to filtrate the air.
Clean air filters and AC maintenance
Probably the most important thing to do to help with air quality is replacing air filters and getting regular air conditioner maintenance. At Climate Magic, you can schedule seasonal ac tune-ups to ensure that your filters are working properly. Your home’s air filters can accumulate debris and other air particles over time, therefore, reducing the filtering abilities. Replacement is simple and should be done about every three months.
Your home’s HVAC system is the first defense against the unwanted particles coming into your house. You can invest in different systems that might have more purification functions. For example, a mini-split ac is a ductless system that can help with air purification. Contact us to book your appointment today!