Leading a healthy lifestyle involves getting the right amount of sleep, appropriate nutrition, and good exercise. And yet, poor air and water quality can compromise your health. While you can be mindful about the water you consume, air is everywhere and there’s little you can do to curb the pollutants present in the air outside. However, you can improve air quality inside your home with some products that impact cooling, humidity control, air filtering, garage heating, and all other aspects of indoor air quality and comfort. Get these products and feel a change in the air inside your home:

Air Cleaner

One of the best clean air tips for your home is getting an air cleaner. You can opt for the Clean Air Defense System Air Ranger, whose electronically enhanced media combines elements of both electronic and media air cleaners. These systems are 97% efficient when it comes to protecting your indoor air quality.


Depending on your climate, you can get a humidifier to release water vapor or steam into the room to increase moisture levels, or a dehumidifier that traps moisture from the air and releases warm, dry air back into your home.

UV Lamps

Installing ozone-free UV-C lamps in your HVAC system is an effective method of killing the bacteria, viruses and fungi present in the air. This enhances your indoor air quality and keeps you free from diseases.


One of the most highly recommended clean air tips is to install a thermostat that regulates the temperatures in your home. Additionally, some thermostats also circulate air in your rooms for certain periods, keeping them fresh without unnecessarily creating cold or hot spots. This also optimizes the functions of your other indoor air quality products and keeps your house dry and airy.

Air Quality Monitor

The best way to improve air quality in your home is to monitor it. These devices tell you whether your house is too dry, too moist, or too polluted, and you can accordingly use other indoor air quality products to purify the air and adjust the temperatures of your house.

Carbon Monoxide Alarm

If you live in a cold area and regularly burn fuel for warmth, the air around your house might contain carbon monoxide (CO), which also enters your home and affects your health adversely. This air is colorless and odorless and the only way to identify its presence is an alarm, which can monitor the levels of CO inside your home.


Having indoor plants is will not only improve air quality but also add a visually pleasing aesthetic to your home. Some of the plants you can get to enhance indoor air quality are bamboo palm, spider plant, peace lily, English ivy, lady palm, Chinese evergreen, and snake plant, among others.

The above clean air tips can help improve air quality inside your homes and keep you safe and healthy. You can reach out to Capital Plumbing to get some of these products and we will also do a thorough inspection of your home to ensure the air inside is safe for you and your family.