After getting new Renewal by Andersen® of Houston windows, there are other things you can and should do to help improve the air quality inside your home.
Allow Air Into Your Home
Good air circulation is key in ensuring good air quality indoors. One of the simplest ways to achieve this is by using your windows to help naturally ventilate your home. Keep them open every now and again so your home can breathe. Your roofing vents play a part in maintaining good air circulation as well, so have them regularly checked to avoid deterioration or damage from condensation or mold growth.
Maintain Your HVAC Units Regularly
Renewal by Andersen of Houston windows are designed to help ease HVAC requirements throughout your home. This doesn’t mean, however, that you can just abandon keeping your HVAC system clean and well-maintained. Change filters as often as needed or, at least, as often as your provider instructs. Ease the burden on your heating and air conditioning further by placing dehumidifiers in less-ventilated rooms.
Strive to Have a Cleaner Home
Staying indoors doesn’t keep you safe from pollutants. Harmful chemicals can also be found in the cleaning products you use, so choose cleaning materials wisely. Allergens can find their way into your home without much effort, either, so always keep your indoors and surroundings clean to avoid constant exposure to them.
Improve your air quality at home with the help of Renewal by Andersen of Houston and our full range of casement, bow and bay, and double hung windows. Our factory-trained staff can help you pick the best windows for your home and ensure they are expertly installed. Call us at (281) 547-6177, or use this online form. Ask about getting a free consultation if you have a home in Houston, TX.