Plants That Can Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

As the seasons change, many homeowners find themselves searching for ways to improve their indoor air quality. The transition period between seasons can lead to an influx of outdoor allergens and contaminants, which can sneak indoors and stay in your air if air quality isn't managed.


In addition to following indoor air quality HVAC practices, simply adding a houseplant to your space can help keep your home's air clean and pristine. However, there are some air scrubbing superstars that you should try to add to your plant collection. Keep reading to learn more!


Boston Fern

One of the best plants to add to your indoor air quality toolkit is a boston fern. This plant helps remove formaldehyde and other pollutants from the air. It can thrive in a cool location with humidity and an indirect source of light. It can thrive as long as you water it regularly to keep it hydrated!


English Ivy

In addition to being a stunning centerpiece for your dining room table or window sill, english ivy plants can also help clear your air of potential allergens. This plant is simple to take care of and only requires light watering and misting.


Aloe Vera

Aloe vera has endless uses and benefits! Although it is a common houseplant, some homeowners are still unaware of aloe vera plants' indoor air quality scrubbing power. It can also be used to heal minor cuts and burns, an added plus.


Professional Indoor Air Quality Solutions

If you've already attempted adding houseplants to your space but haven't been able to clear the air, let our experts help. Our team at Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Electric can restore your indoor air quality with our wide range of air scrubbing services and options that can be tailored to your home's needs! Call us today at (334) 231-6980 or complete our online contact form for more information.