1. No shoes indoors
The easiest way to improve your home’s air quality? Make sure you and your family members leave their outdoor shoes at the entryway.
According to Caroline Blazovsky, a home health consultancy expert from My Healthy Home, this is one of the most important things you should do to improve indoor air quality. This way, you’ll be able to control more of what’s coming in and out of your house. (She should know: She has assisted over 30,000 homes to help discover at-home health issues.)
She also suggests wearing inside shoes and outside shoes to prevent bacteria and other contaminants from being tracked in.