Install Marvin Replacement windows, and other ways to improve your home’s air quality

When it comes to taking care of your home, you probably spend a good deal of time tidying up the interior. Between vacuuming the carpets, sweeping the halls, dusting your furniture, scrubbing bathrooms and taking out the trash, there is a long list of chores to get through in order to keep your house spic and span.

However, there is one area of home cleaning efforts where people often fall short – improving indoor air quality. While it's easy to overlook, maintaining your house's airspace is important for both health and comfort, as airborne pollutants, allergens and toxins may be lingering right under your nose.

Installing fiberglass replacement windows can be one of many ways to work toward improving your home's air quality. Here are some other tips to keep in mind so you can breathe deeply indoors.

Let in the fresh air
One of the easiest ways you can go about cleaning your interior air is by opening a window. While you should avoid doing this during times of year where there are high levels of pollen floating around outside, recycling the air indoors can help you quickly eliminate a range of irritants and pollutants.

If you struggle to open your old windows more than a couple of inches, Marvin replacement windows could be just the thing to bring in a burst of fresh air. You can easily open and close these glass frames to allow outdoor air inside when you want it while keeping it out when you don't. Furthermore, these highly-insulated windows can shield your home from temperature extremes during winter and summer.

Check your ventilation
During those seasons when opening a window is the last thing you want to do, you need to find another way to keep the air circulating in your home. Because of this, it's vital to keep your home's ventilation systems in check throughout the year.

Over time, dust, dirt and general filth can build up in these ducts, spreading throughout the rest of your home. That's not to mention the importance of dispersing humidity and moisture in your bathrooms after a hot shower or bath, which can lead to mold and mildew developing.

Purchase air-filtering plants
Believe it or not, there are actually many types of plants that can improve the air quality of your home. Houseplants such as ferns, aloe vera and devil's ivy are all great for scrubbing harmful particles and allergens from the air. Additionally, keeping a few potted specimens indoors can provide a soothing, natural aroma as well as boosting the visual decor.


Marvin Window News brought to you by Global Home Improvement, the Tri-State's Leading Home Remodeler. For your Free Estimate call (877) 711-9850 today!