Tips to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

by Ron & Lisa Beres on October 25, 2012 · 0 comments

As the weather outside gets frightful, it may not hold a candle to the fright fest of unwanted toxins raging directly inside your home.   Indoor air can be rather undelightful to our health if we are not taking prudent action to ensure proper indoor air quality.  Join Ron & I as we counsel homeowner and multiple dog owner, Linsi Brownson, on simple ways to improve her indoor home’s air quality.  We share tips including: regular bathing and grooming of your pet(s) to reduce pet hair and dander; changing your home’s furnace filter regularly; and removing shoes upon entering the house.  The Beres’ interview veterinarian Dr. John A. Giannone and professional groomer, Kim Beresford, from the Newport Coast Animal Hospital for additional pet tips. Discover:

  • Which dogs shed the most
  • Which dogs are hypoallergenic
  • The percentage of homeowner not changing their furnace filters regularly
  • The percentage of homeowners that NEVER change their filter
  • How polluted the average home’s indoor air is
  • What is really being tracked into your home from the bottom of your shoes



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