I’ve always been a gal who prefers to have the windows and doors of the home not closed. I just care about the fresh air coming in that blows through the screens of the doors and windows. I guess that the clean air just makes the entire home seem better and cleaner and less dusty and stale. I recently acquired that opening your doors and windows when the weather often really does increase the outdoor air ventilation rate. I noticed that it’s entirely crucial to do things to add more the outdoor air ventilation rate in your home, especially when you’re doing stuff inside like painting, warming with kerosene, cleaning, sanding, or cooking. I truthfully care about to do all of those tasks outside unless the weather is absolutely cold. Another thing you can do while doing all of these activities inside is run a window air conditioning device with the vent control open, or in other words, on “fan..” Doing that, or even switching on your bathroom or dining room exhaust fans also help you to keep up with the indoor air conditions inside of your home if you are doing things that cause a bigger air pollution rate inside. I don’t think much, but I’m always burning something in the dining room, lighting scents, and building wood fires in the fireplace. I know for a fact that all of these things lower the quality of our home’s indoor air.That’s why, any chance I get, I open all the doors and raise all the windows in our home in order to add more to our outside air ventilation rate.