Whether it’s due to the colder seasons or the pandemic, we understand that staying inside for months can make your apartment a little stuffy. Every home or apartment is capable of getting a little dusty and stuffed up. Well, here are some tips to freshen up your place to improve your air quality inside your home.
Go Green in Your Apartment
Cleaning your apartment with organic and natural cleaners is very important. You may have been cleaning more frequently during the pandemic with toxic cleaners. Those chemicals can be more dangerous than diseases outside, so it’s beneficial for you to get rid of those and get cleaning solutions that are healthier for the environment and yourself.
Another way to improve air quality in your home is to purchase some house plants that are known to improve the air. Here are some of the house plants that are beneficial:
- Spider Plant
- Aloe Vera
- English Ivy
- Snake Plant
All of these plants have different benefits of improving your air quality in your apartment. For example, the Spider Plant is very beneficial for removing formaldehyde in the air, which is brought in by paper bags, waxed papers, facial tissues, paper towels, napkins, and other materials you wouldn’t think twice about.
Cleaning Up Around the Apartment
It’s important, especially when spring cleaning to keep a consistent schedule for doing chores. Make sure your kitchen is cleaned regularly after meals. Keep a separate bin for recyclables, and make sure you throw out your trash right away if there is food in it. Keeping your rugs and carpets clean is also a major factor when trying to improve your indoor air. Carpets can trap dust and dirt, so it’s crucial for you to clean those up before they build up.
At Town Hall Terrace, we provide beautiful apartments, townhouses, and patio homes in Grand Island, NY. We have a professional maintenance staff on duty for any repairs you need to get done to your place. Come live with us for a quieter place close to Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Contact Town Hall Terrace at 716-773-2788 today!