Temperature isn’t the only thing that you need to consider when trying to figure out how to keep your home comfortable. You also want to take your indoor air quality into account. Poor indoor air quality can undermine the effectiveness and efficiency of your HVAC system, making it harder to get comfortable.
It makes sense that you would want to do what you could to improve your indoor air quality. But what does that entail? We can help you with answering that question. Read on to learn some of the different options for improving your indoor air quality.
1. Invest in stronger HVAC filters
We always advise changing out your HVAC system filters every few months. However, the next time you look at getting a new filter replacement, it may be a good idea to consider investing in a stronger filter. Certain filters are able to capture added contaminants, keeping them out of your HVAC system and removing them from the house.
The catch here is that you don’t want a filter that is too strong as this can cause reduced airflow into your heating and AC systems. If you aren’t sure just how strong you can go, you can contact one of our experts. We even have an air filter program that can help you remember to make those filter changes and choose the best filter for your system.
2. Consider scheduling duct cleaning
Over the years, your ducts can become filled with a layer of dirt and debris that you probably would rather not think about. This is why duct cleaning in Collegeville, PA is something that we make sure to offer. This service allows a technician to get a good look in your ductwork and use the appropriate tools to clean out the collected debris that may be reducing your indoor air quality. Plus, when a technician does this, it will allow your ducts to be cleaned without letting the debris get dumped into your home or, worse, causing damage to your ductwork.
3. Install a whole-house air filter or purifier
One of the best ways to improve your indoor air quality is with the use of a whole-house air filtration system or a whole-house air purification system. These aren’t the portable systems that you plug in to serve an individual room. These systems are installed in your ducts, cleaning up all of the air that is sent through your ducts and into your home.
If you’ve noticed signs that you need help with your indoor air quality, such as increased allergies, large amounts of dusting, or dusty and weak airflow, it is a good idea to contact a team of pros like us. Our team provides the right systems and services that you may need to get your home’s air quality where it needs to be.
Contact the team at Quality Degree Heating & Air Conditioning to schedule your indoor air quality service. We’ve served homes like yours since 1996. We provide 5-star quality with every job we do