The indoor air quality of your home is nearly equal in importance to the efficiency of heating and cooling. For those with allergies, asthma, and other breathing conditions, cleaner air can really cut down on the number of flare-ups that plague you on a regular basis.
The indoor air quality of your family home or business is an important factor in the selection and worth of any HVAC system. Today's air conditioning units can and should be doing more than simply regulating the temperature of the buildings they are located in. With the start of flu season beginning and colds on the rise, it is a good idea to make sure your HVAC system is doing the work of keeping germs and other contaminants from being spread around your home.
When it comes to keeping your house cool and comfortable, your HVAC system is just one part of a team. There are multiple add-ons for your air conditioning unit you can buy that will add to your comfort and sometimes help keep your energy and other related costs low.
The filters in your HVAC system are more important than most people realize, but are sadly often overlooked. Paying for professional maintenance to keep your unit in working condition year-round is only part of a/c care. The simplest and cheapest action you can take today to improve both air quality and efficiency is a filter change, and for this, no professional is needed.
As summer gets closer, it’s essential to get HVAC maintenance for your business. HVAC maintenance is an aspect of facilities management all too easy to overlook – it’s often a priority in Florida’s fast-moving hospitality and tourism scene, but ends up on the back burner for many other businesses.
In a previous post, we talked about improving indoor air quality in your home. Indoor air quality is essential, especially for homes with infants, older people, or pets – all of whom can be much more vulnerable to the effects of polluted indoor air.
Do you feel like you’re breathing low-quality air within your home? With the pollution you are already being exposed to outdoors, you don’t need to be inhaling more unclean air in your own residence. Thankfully, there are many things you can do to improve the air that you breathe inside.
It can be frustrating to spend time cleaning your house regularly, only to have it become dusty again before you know it. Where is this dust coming from, and what can you do about it?
In many cases, your filters and ductwork can be to blame for the excessive dust in your home. This is especially true if the rest of your house, including doors and windows, have tight seals keeping the outdoor dust and dirt from entering your home.
Florida is lucky to have very mild winters. You’ll find yourself using your heating system only occasionally, as daytime temperatures are typically quite comfortable for most. However, even with infrequent use, you may find yourself with a stuffy house after a few days of running your heating system.
When you invest in an HVAC system, you want to make every attempt to prolong the life of your system. One of the easiest and most overlooked ways to keep your system operating efficiently is to regularly change your air filter.
The air filter in your HVAC system is designed to capture dust, dirt, and debris that would otherwise flow into your system if the filter was not present. Therefore, it makes sense that when your filter becomes dirty, your system won't work properly. This is one of the leading reasons for service calls in Port Orange, and it's a problem that can easily be prevented just by regularly changing your air filter.
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