Your home’s HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system, especially the air filter is your first line of defense against allergens and pollutants. With regular maintenance, cleaning, and inspection, it is possible to get clean air even better than the great outdoors. We spend a lot of time inside, and prolonged exposure to dirty indoor air could seriously affect our health. Make an appointment to see howAccurate Heating & Air Conditioningcould improve your indoor air quality today.
What causes bad indoor air quality?
An improperly maintained or neglected HVAC system can spoil air quality leading to discomfort, allergies, and even asthma. This can keep pollutants such as pollen, dust mites, pet dander, etc.inside the home, circulating through the air, decreasing air quality, and causing uncomfortable living conditions.
Regular maintenance is key to promoting healthierindoor air quality. Over time, the air inside your house can become more polluted than the outside. In order to clean your home’s air supply, your HVAC system has to pull fresh air into your home through clean vents and ducts. Contact usand keep your family breathing fresh, clean air with a well-designed and well-maintained system.
How does HVAC maintenance improve indoor air quality?
Your home’s HVAC system should provide fresh, clean air throughout your home. Maintenance is the keyto helping you breathe easy. It ensures that your system is not only operating safely and efficiently, but your experienced and professional HVAC technician can also help you identify the problems affecting your indoor air quality.
Regular maintenance means that your air filters will be cleaned and inspected. It also gives you and your HVAC technician to talk about upgrading your air filters to one with a higher MERV (minimum efficiency reporting value). Each filter has different sizes of particulate matter that it can trap, and it is important to find one that will meet your home’s needs.
A cleaner filter means cleaner ducts to purify the air as it circulates through the HVAC system and your home. However, your HVAC technician will not just clean your homes’ system; they will also inspect your equipment for signs of deterioration to ensure that your system is working effectively and efficiently.
Everyone deserves to have clean, fresh air in their homes. Being proactive about regular HVAC maintenance improves indoor air quality and helps you save money on HVAC repairs in the long run. Discuss your concerns and goals with a trusted HVAC technician to learn about how you can improve your home’s indoor air quality and health. Breathe easy today with Accurate Heating & Air Conditioning.