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Create a healthy, winter-ready home


Last updated 1/17/2019 at 10:50pm

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Natural light plays an important role in overall health, and reduced daylight in the winter months can have a big impact on productivity and sleep.

When chilly weather arrives and the days get shorter, chances are good residents will spend the majority of their days indoors. Before starting their hibernation, it's a good idea to ensure the home is up to the task. Put the family's well-being at the top of the list with these ideas to help ensure a health-conscious home that's ready for the dark days of winter.

First, encourage better air quality.

When the house is closed up tight to keep out the cold, it may be trapping in some undesirable air pollutants. A well-sealed house may not have the best circulation, and that's the ideal envi...

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