Whether you’re sweeping the porch or dusting the surfaces inside your home, we can all agree that ridding our home of dirt, dust, and debris is an annoying and never-ending task.
As homeowners, we can clean until our heart’s content, but by the next day or two, pesky dirt and dust will make their way back into our home as if it never left!
Unfortunately, dusting and sweeping are chores that are simply unavoidable, but there are a few important things we can do to eliminate the amount of dust and debris that accumulates in and around our home, including the use of a battery-operated blower.
Dust Control Options for Your Home’s Interior and Exterior
Every homeowner understands the constant irritation of daily dusting — whether you’re sweeping away debris from the Fall foliage or dusting off a new layer of Spring pollen.
We can try to keep our windows and doors closed as much as possible, but there is only so much they can barricade out. Plus, who doesn’t enjoy some fresh air circulating through their home?
Unfortunately, dirt and dust do more than line the flat surfaces of your home’s interior and exterior.
It can also alter a home’s overall air quality — contributing to the frequency and intensity of allergies and irritants.
While it’s impossible to rid your home of dust and dirt once and for all, there are a few proactive measures you can take to control how much dust and dirt gets tracked into your home.
- Invest in an Air Broom: Air brooms like ZoomBroom provide the easiest way to rid your home’s exterior of unwanted dirt and debris. Unlike leaf blowers, air brooms won’t kick up and spread around dirt and dust. With its innovative design, the air it generates is precise and concentrated — pushing debris down and out instead of up.
- Install Paving Stones: Not only do paving stones enhance your home’s curb appeal, but they are also a great material to fight unwanted dirt and dust with. Paving stones help to reduce any areas of exposed dirt that may surround your front and backyard. They can also be used to replace gravel driveways that are notorious for harboring dirt and kicking up dust.
- Invest in Quality Ground Coverage: High-quality ground covering not only helps to reduce pesky weeds, but it also refines the soil’s ability to retain water. Ground covering like wood chips, mulch, or bark will help to reduce open dirt areas and suppress unwanted dust in your home’s interior and exterior.
In addition to the above-mentioned options, it’s important to have a scheduled routine in the care and keeping of your home. Be sure to sweep the floors of your porch and dust the windowsills, door frames, and ceiling-fan blades on a weekly basis. Changing your air filters on a monthly basis can also help improve your home’s air quality and reduce the collection of dust on interior surfaces.
Let ZoomBroom Help Improve Your Home’s Air Quality
Dirt, dust, and debris are no match for ZoomBroom — inside and outside the home.
While big, bulky leaf blowers continue to spread dust and dirt around, the ZoomBroom efficiently eradicates these irritants, ensuring that they don’t get pushed back inside.
All in all, the ZoomBroom Tornado can actually help to improve your home’s air quality by eliminating dust and dirt from your yard and entry points.
Let ZoomBroom help improve your home’s air quality and kick dust to the curb.