You only want the best for your baby. That includes air quality in their bedroom. There are many health hazards in your home, and some of these hazards can be in your air. Indoor air is often worse when it comes to contaminants than outdoor air.
The quality of your air in your home can affect your children even more than it does adults. The reason for this is because their immune system is underdeveloped, which can cause them to be more susceptible to pollution. In addition to this, the younger the child, the more time they spend in their room.
For anyone, constant exposure can irritate the eyes, nose, and throat. Over time this can cause headaches, fatigue, and even asthma. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to keep the air in your child’s room clean.
Your Baby’s Bedding
While this is meant to keep your baby warm, it can also help protect them from air contaminants. Choosing a latex foam mattress with organic covers will help limit dust mites in their bedding. In addition to this, you can use hypoallergenic bedding, which will help curtail these contaminants, which will improve the air quality in your child’s room.
Purify Indoor Air With Air Scrubber by Aerus
Indoor air pollutants often are collected by your HVAC system. That means that installing an air purifier is one way you can improve the quality of the air in your entire house. Go Admiral offers Air Scrubber by Aerus, which is an air purifier that attaches to your HVAC. This product will remove volatile organic compounds (VOC), reduce dust and pet dander, as well as common bacteria.
Know Your Paint
Wall paint can emit toxic chemicals for years after they are applied. This is often the cause of VOC, which, over time, will lead to short and long term health effects. In addition to being a health concern, they also pose severe threats to the environment. However, you can find VOC free paint that will help your room to be safer for your little one.
If you are looking to keep your home safe for your family, then reach out to Go Admiral by calling (281) 876-9400. Or you can always set up an appointment with their Katy TX and Sugar Land TX locations. Allow them to help you provide cleaner indoor air for your baby.