Venilation and other ways to mitigate Covid at home

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Window ventilation

The best way to mitigate Covid at home is to open your windows and let in fresh air. If you have fans, turn them on as well.

If you don’t have a window, or it’s too cold outside, then make sure that the door leading out of your room is open wide enough so that air can flow through easily.

Portable ac and heaters

If you need to warm up a small or large area, portable AC and heaters can be moved from room to room. These units are compact and easy to install, which allows you to move them around your home freely. A portable air conditioner can be used in places like bedrooms or offices when you need it most. This is especially helpful if you have a smaller space that needs cooling off from time to time. Portable heaters can also help with any areas that might get chilly during colder months as well as those who have aches and pains due to arthritis or other health conditions

AC

If you have a central air conditioning system, make sure it’s in good condition. Check the refrigerant charge, and replace any broken components. A dirty filter can reduce airflow by up to 70% and cause your ac to work harder than necessary, causing it to break more often. If you live in an area with poor air quality, consider purchasing an HRV (heat recovery ventilator) or ERV (energy recovery ventilator). These units recover heat from your exhaust air before releasing it outside instead of just exhausting straight out of the home through ductwork. This not only improves indoor air quality but also reduces energy costs as well while removing CO2 from the atmosphere!

Dusting

Dusting is an important part of keeping your home clean, but it is also important to do it safely.

It is important to check the labels on the dusting products to make sure they are safe for your home and the environment.

If you have asthma or allergies, be sure to use dusting products that don’t contain synthetic fragrances or dyes.

Sanitize common touched surfaces

So you want to stay healthy and I get it, but it’s not always easy to do. Here are some ways to make your home a little more tolerant of Covid:

  • Clean frequently touched surfaces daily. It’s also a good idea to use a disinfectant on these surfaces as well, especially if you’re sharing the space with others who may have been infected by viruses or bacteria.
  • Use cleaning supplies that have an EPA registration number on the label (you can look it up here). This will ensure they contain antibacterial chemicals that kill germs and can help protect against infection. You can find these products at hardware stores or even drugstores like Walgreens or CVS; just check out their cleaning aisle! If you don’t feel comfortable making your own home-made cleaners then please buy one from this list of well reviewed products that were tested for effectiveness against Covid (and other unwanted visitors).
  • Wash your hands often: If there’s one thing we know about preventing illness in general it’s this—hygiene is key! Washing our hands regularly helps prevent us from getting sick because germs collect on them when we touch things around us like doorknobs, desks or keyboards at work/school etc., so as soon as we touch those same items again without washing them first they are transferred onto whatever surface they end up landing on next time around… including ourselves! You should also wear gloves while doing any heavy lifting so as not to risk injuring yourself while moving potentially contaminated objects around inside your home instead of using bare hands which could transfer harmful viruses between individuals easily.”

Disinfection service

Want to learn more about how disinfection service works, or how to choose the right company? Read on!

In the world of health and safety, we’re all about helping you take matters into your own hands. Disinfection service is an affordable option for keeping your home safe from dangerous viruses like Covid. It can be done at any time of day, with minimal fuss and effort on your part—even after a long day at work or school!

Now that you have a better idea of what goes into this type of service (and why it’s so important), let’s talk about what makes one company stand out from another–and why you should choose them.

Keep your home ventilated and clean

Since the virus is spread through body fluids and secretions, it’s best to keep your home as clean as possible. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, especially after using the bathroom or changing a diaper. Avoid touching your face or eyes without washing first. If you’re sick with a fever or other symptoms, avoid touching other people. Keep sick family members away from others who are well until their symptoms have passed—a minimum of seven days after all signs have subsided. The CDC recommends that children should be kept away from school for at least 21 days following recovery from illness (if they were infected before returning) or 14 days if they were infected while at school (in which case they should not return).

Follow any additional recommendations issued by public health officials in your area regarding staying safe during this time of heightened risk of infection, such as avoiding large crowds (like when attending sporting events and concerts), following quarantine orders if necessary, wearing masks when going outside (especially around those who may already be sick), etceteras

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