Yes, there are a lot of great things you can do to get rid of dust. Air Purifiers are a great way to start. The type of air purifier you use will depend on your needs. Filtration systems suck the dust into a filter which eventually needs to be replaced. Austin Air is probably one of the best filtration systems on the market for efficiency and costs. Active Air Purifiers use ionization and/or Electrostatic precipitators (ESP) to remove dust from the air. ESP is generally expensive and inefficient. Many systems using ionization are cheap and inefficient. But some are very good at what they do. These systems don't have filters, and they cause the dust to fall to the ground quickly. The dust is no longer in the air, but it is on the surfaces in your house because it has been removed from the air and you will still need to clean it off the surfaces. Vollara offers the best of what these types of air purifiers have to offer. Another strategy for minimizing dust in the house is to regularly clean the air flow system that ventilates your home. Many leave this untouched for years which allows dust to collect and mold and other bad stuff to grow. Then when the air travels through, the dust, mold spores, and other stuff gets distributed in the air in your home. Keeping it clean and putting a good air purifier in your duct system can greatly limit the dust flow into your home. Also pay attention to how the ventilation system is designed. Some homes in the north east have been found to ventilate the house from the basement. That's a really bad idea because your bringing stagnant, moldy, dusty, polluted air into your home. Also pay attention to air conditioners and heaters in your home. Air conditioners are one of the number one ways that bacteria get distributed into the air of your home. Keeping these systems clean is very important.