Today, the importance of changing air filters in your home air conditioning systems have never been highlighted more. As millions of people practice social distancing and staying in the comfort and safety of their homes , maintaining healthy indoor air quality should be at the top of our priority list.
Following these simple guidelines from our experts at Air Management can help you maintain or improve your indoor air quality:
It goes without saying that smoking indoors is a big no-no, but cigarettes aren’t the only source of smoke in the home. Without proper ventilation and maintenance, stoves and furnaces can also be detrimental to your indoor air quality. Schedule a furnace inspection and maintenance to keep your heating system in good shape even when it’s not heating season. Lessening smoke and other particulate contaminants in your home can help keep your respiratory system strong, something that’s important now more than ever.
Some products like hair and body sprays actually increase particulate matter in the air inside your home. While these things aren’t extremely harmful, our experts advise moderating their use while staying at home. While it’s nice to be able to style your hair and smell good even if you’re staying indoors, don’t forget to keep spray use to a minimum. This should also include the use of air fresheners.
You can lessen the occurrence of seasonal allergies with the correct use of HVAC filters and screens. Changing filters regularly is an essential part of any good HVAC maintenance routine. Most experts agree that filters must be changed at least once every 30 days, though some systems can go as long as three months in between changes. Staving off allergies and other conditions can help keep you and your family safe and healthy.
Get top-notch HVAC maintenance services and indoor air quality assessments and consultations with the professionals at Air Management.
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