Eco-friendly ways to clean the air in your apartment

The long hot Atlanta summer has arrived this year and apartment dwellers are less likely to open the windows for fresh air in their Atlanta apartments. The A/C included provides a comfortable environment, but the air in an apartment rental can get stuffy. Now there are green ways to maintain fresh air in your home while your windows allow in bright natural light and nothing else.

House plants are known to help purify the air of an apartment home. The scientists at NASA researched the best plants to keep for better air quality. They found 3 indoor plants that provide healthy air in space or in your Atlanta apartment.  Money plants eliminate toxic chemicals from the atmosphere and in homes. Plants like mother-in-law’s tongue and palms turn carbon dioxide into oxygen. Each of these plants is easily kept in a townhome or apartment by simply providing sun and water.

Doctors have differing opinions on the best flooring to control dust in the air. Some claim that hardwood floors throughout an apartment make dust removal easier. Still others say wall to wall carpeting traps dust and prevents it from being in the air. There are a number of stylish rugs engineered to reduce dust and increase air quality that will cover either hard floors or carpet in an apartment for rent. Most are made from recycled products. Show you’re decorating savvy and breathe easy at the same time.

Finally, you can purchase an air cleaning machine with an Energy Star rating. Small units can be tucked into any corner of an Atlanta apartment home. JAMCO Properties, Inc. specializes in providing clean spacious apartment and townhome rentals in the Atlanta area.

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Posted on June 25, 2013, in Decor, Stonetree, Weather Preparations and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Eco-friendly ways to clean the air in your apartment.

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