At Cooper Heating & Cooling, we know that it can be difficult to keep indoor air clean and safe throughout the winter in Denver, CO. Pollution in the form of bacteria, viruses, volatile organic compounds, and particulates can adversely affect your health. Indoor air pollution is especially bad during the winters when doors and windows tend to be closed. Taking a few steps to improve your indoor air quality could provide many health benefits.
Install New Air Filters
An easy way to keep the air circulating in your home clean is to ensure that your air filters are clean and functional. Having a professional install new filters or an air purifier can remove harmful bacteria and particulates from the air.
Keep Your Home Ventilated
Getting fresh air into your house is important. Whenever you have a chance, open windows, and doors to let old air out and new air in.
Keep House Plants
Plants have an amazing ability to absorb harmful chemicals from the air while releasing clean oxygen to breathe. Keeping plants around your home can greatly improve the overall quality of the air that you’re breathing. Bamboo, areca palm, Boston fern, and a variety of other plants are especially effective.
Keep Pollution Out
Controlling what’s in your house can greatly reduce the pollution that gets circulated. Painting your home can release volatile organic compounds and should only be done when you can keep doors and windows open during and after the painting process.
Putting out a large doormat to keep dirt from getting tracked into your home can reduce the particulate load in the air. In addition, having everyone take his or her shoes off can keep dirt and bacteria outside.
Highly Experienced Heating and Cooling Professionals
Cooper Heating & Cooling is committed to offering comprehensive heating and cooling services throughout Denver, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs, including repair, installation, and maintenance, along with duct repair, plumbing, and electrical services. We provide a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee on everything we do. We’re also proud of our A+ rating with the BBB. To learn more about how we can keep your home comfortable and safe, give us a call today.
Luke Cooper is the General Manager of the Cooper Green team and son of Gary Cooper, owner and CEO of Cooper HVAC. After years in the field, Luke took his talents to management and has helped thousands of Colorado homeowners during hot summers and frigid winters. His decade of experience in the field and guiding the company makes him one of the most knowledgeable individuals in Colorado on HVAC, plumbing, electrical and other home services.