How Healthy Is Your Home?

If you want to make sure that your home is as good for you as possible, there are a lot of things that you might want to look into in particular to help ensure that. The truth is that there are plenty of ways to focus on this, and it’s all about making sure that your home is a healthy place to spend time in. In this post, we will take you through a few of the most relevant checks you can make if you want to keep your home as healthy for you as possible.

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Germ Free

One of the main things you might be concerned with here is trying to keep your home germ-free, which is definitely something that will help you to be healthier. We all know, especially since covid, just how important it is to stop the spread of viruses, so that means that you need to keep surfaces clean as much as possible, along with doorknobs and so on too. And of course, just practicing good personal hygiene can help as well, especially if everyone in the home is doing it. So make sure that you are aware of this and you are aiming for it.

The Threat Of Carbon Monoxide

You have to be really careful with carbon monoxide. It is deadly in relatively small quantities, and yet it is odorless and invisible, so you won’t know it’s there until it’s too late. So, it’s all about making sure that it can’t happen in the first place. If you have a burner or furnace, make sure you keep up on your furnace repair and maintenance, to ensure it is not leaking gas. Likewise, installing a carbon monoxide alarm is going to help to keep your peace of mind in relation to this matter.

Avoiding Mold

Mold is another very common issue in the home. It happens when the home is too damp, and if you are not careful it can easily lead to water damage and black mold, which can actually be very dangerous for you. So if you are keen to avoid that, you need to keep the home as clear of water as possible, which includes condensation. To do that, ensure there is plenty of ventilation at all times, and make sure that you keep the place warm in winter too. That is going to go most of the way towards solving this problem.

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Stress At Home

Finally, let’s not forget the huge effect that stress can have on the home. If you are keen to try and avoid that, you need to make sure that you are keeping stress levels low in the home. This is all to do with how you engage with the home and the other people in it, and the better you do that, the more likely it is that you are all going to be happier in the home and less stressed. So be sure to focus on that and you will find it really helps.

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3 Responses to How Healthy Is Your Home?

  1. Jodi Hunter says:

    Thanks for this amazing post.

  2. Maria Egan says:

    Mold is one that is definitely concerning. I had a friend that had to move out of their condo for months while the mold was being cleaned up.

  3. Bea LaRocca says:

    We moved recently and I can say that our new place is much healthier than our old one where we were dealing with mold and a rodent infestation

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