- Sore, red eyes
- Dry and itchy skin
- Dry, brittle hair and nails
- Severe breathing problems
Are There Health Benefits That Come from Regular HVAC Maintenance?
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
HVAC maintenance agreements present homeowners with an easy way to save on seasonal inspections and tune-ups. They also keep you feeling more comfortable for less. Did you realize, though, the impact this has on your health? Probably not. It's easy to forget the importance of indoor air quality, but the quality of the air in your home can make all the difference.
Signs You’re Suffering from Poor Indoor Air Quality
Have you been dealing with a stubborn cold or allergy symptoms? Do you start feeling down every time you’re at home? If you can’t figure out why your health is going downhill, you might be a victim of indoor pollution.
While we’re keeping better tabs on outdoor emissions, we often forget about the impact cleaning supplies, fumes from plastics and other materials and mold have on our health. What you think of as potential allergy or cold symptoms could be a reaction to these indoor contaminants.
Poor indoor air quality leads to:
You don’t need to have black mold to be at risk. Thankfully, there are several ways to clean indoor air. A well-functioning HVAC system helps.
Regular Maintenance Improves Your Air Quality
Changing filters on a regular basis helps keep your indoor air clean. Routine maintenance visits will help as well. During your seasonal check, one of our trained technicians will tighten and lube all moving parts, check sensors and other electrical components and ensure your unit is moving air smoothly throughout your home. In the process, more air is filtered and cleared of indoor pollutants.
Enroll in one of our maintenance agreements to keep your home or business clear of contaminants. Promote health and comfort for an affordable price. Contact Certified Electric for more details today!