Improve Your Home’s Air Quality
The air quality of your home can greatly affect your elderly loved one’s respiratory health. So, AssuranceJ Homecare Services, Inc. asked our caregivers to talk about the techniques they use to improve the air quality in their patient’s homes. Take a look:
- Control humidity levels
Dampness can lead to molds, and we all know how bad molds are for your health. Make sure to spot any signs of leaks, cracked hoses, and condensation in plumbing pipes. If your loved one is under Long Term Care in Texas, their caregiver can help keep an eye out while you’re at work.
- Use an exhaust fan
When cooking on a back burner, make sure to use an exhaust fan to help reduce the particles and gasses in your home’s atmosphere.
- House cleaning
Regular cleaning can also help improve air quality. If you struggle with finding the time to do this, don’t worry, our Attendant Services can lend a hand.
- Improve ventilation
Make sure there is consistent airflow and air circulation. You can do this by keeping interior doors open, opening windows, and using bathroom and kitchen fans.
If you want to learn more about how to make a healthier home for your senior, give our Homecare Services in Houston, Texas a call at 713-988-2618.