How to Improve Indoor Air Quality Before Move-In
Clean Home, Clean Air: Moving into a new house means inheriting all the previous owner’s dirt and grime.
Sometimes, the contaminants left behind are not just unsightly, but they also pose a threat to your family’s health.
If you complete a move-in clean without addressing common problem areas, your home will look clean — but indoor air pollutants will still be lurking in the shadows, ready to trigger your family’s asthma and allergy symptoms.
According to American Home Shield, indoor air pollution can cause “allergic reactions, breathing problems, such as asthma, irritated eyes and throat, headaches, fatigue, and increased respiratory infections, among other symptoms.” If you want to avoid those symptoms, you need to address your new home’s indoor air quality before moving your family in. Here are the steps to do just that.
Once the prior owner has moved out, you’re bound to notice dirt and damage that you didn’t spot during showings.
Work through your cleaning checklist so you move into a home that feels fresh, clean, and all yours.
If a sale is on your mind, Working with real estate professionals like Carriene Porter of Precision Realty & Assoc. LLC you’re guaranteed to get the expertise and advice you need. If your ready to see homes in person, give us a CALL 801-809-9866 today..
Not quite ready to buy a home? You may qualify for the Lease with a Right to Purchase program. Call me and I'll give you the details on how you may qualify to get into the home you want, get settled and then purchase it when you are ready!
#LeasePurchase #UtahRealEstate #Homeownership
Blog Archive2018-12-05 08:02:12
In 2019 Mortgage Payments to Jump 8.4%
Financing for Manufactured Homes Coming
Tale of Dual Markets
Need to Sell Your Home this Winter?
Buyers Pull Away From New-Home Market
Mortgage Loan Limits to Rise in 2019
Home Buyers and Sellers Should Watch in 2019
Townhouse Construction is Expected to Increase
Cities With Oldest, Youngest Homeowners
Overall, December is the Best Time to Buy a Home
Sluggish Home Sales came to an end in October
How to Pet-Proof Your House for the Holiday Guests
10 Great U.S. Ski Towns
A Way to Keep Aging Parents Close to Home
Huge Mistake to Take Your Home Off the Market for the Holidays
Best Mortgage Advice I've Heard, Ever
Tips to Help You Avoid a Rental Scam
Buying a Home?
Mortgage Rates Rise this Week
Cheaper the Home
Building Credit History From Scratch
How to Get a Mortgage Without Freaking Out
Home Prices Are Decelerating Not Falling
First-time Homebuyers Transition from Renting
Click here to see ALL articles.