Are you a pet lover? If so, then you probably share your home with a few furry friends. Pets offer love and companionship, but they also carry with them dander, pet hair, and other airborne pollutants. All of this can start to impact your indoor air quality (IAQ), and may even make it difficult for you and your family to stay comfortable. Below, we’ll talk a little bit more about how you can improve IAQ when you have pets in your home.
Keep Your Air Clean and Healthy
Pets can be fun, but they can also take a toll on your IAQ. Pet dander, which is tiny, microscopic flakes of skin shed by dogs, cats, dogs, rodents, birds and other animals is the most problematic. Dander is the leading cause of pet allergies and can even affect people who don’t have direct allergic reactions. This is just one of the reasons why it’s important to pay extra attention to your indoor air quality when you have pets at home.
In the graphic below, we’ve put together some indoor air quality tips that you can implement at home to keep you and your pets happier, healthier, and more comfortable.
Indoor Air Quality Testing
Not sure how healthy your home’s air is? Let us help you figure it out! At J&M, we offer indoor air quality testing and solutions that can help to improve your home’s IAQ. Give us a call to learn more about our Indoor Air Quality services.