How can I improve my home’s indoor air quality?Strategies to improve your indoor air quality can be as basic as vacuuming your home to something as large as replacing a new ventilation system. Overall, good IAQ involves four strategies: Eliminate – lessen the pollutants floating in your air by cleaning your home routinely, particularly vacuuming carpet, washing linens and safely storing household chemicals. Ventilate – make sure your home is well-ventilated to move airborne pollutants out of your home. In newer homes, well-done insulation will prevent ventilation, so Lennox systems such as the Healthy Climate® ventilation system can help. These systems bring fresh air from outside into your home and direct the stale air out. Clean – proper air filters, such as our Healthy Climate® air filters, will make sure the smallest particles don’t get through and are let out into your home. Germicidal lights can kill the germs that do make it through, and purification systems like the PureAir™ will help destroy odors and chemical vapors. Monitor – keep your humidity levels in check with a programmable thermostat. High temperatures and humidity levels can raise concentrations of mold, mildew and germs. A programmable thermostat will make sure that your home is comfortable without letting humidity get out of control.