Keeping your home comfortable throughout the year can be a challenge. But did you know that controlling the temperature in your home isn’t the only thing you need to take into account? Yes, temperature control is a primary concern but you should also make sure to consider your indoor air quality.
The quality of the air in your home can help or hinder your overall comfort which is why it is vital to take it into account. The question you likely have is how exactly you are supposed to assess your indoor air quality or how you are meant to improve it.
You can give your indoor air quality a boost with the help of our Homestead HVAC services. We’ll get into what we can offer you below.
How Poor Air Quality Messes With Your Comfort
First things first, let’s talk about why poor air quality can ruin your home comfort. Okay, maybe not ruin but it can seriously hinder it at the least.
Let’s look at air that has too much dust or other debris in it. Dirty air isn’t just an irritant for your allergies. It is also a bother for your HVAC system. Dirty air has a harder time getting through your system filter and will fill up the filter more quickly too. Dirty air will also lead to dirt collecting in your comfort system more quickly than it would otherwise, stressing the system and causing it to work harder to get the job done.
Anything that reduces airflow and strains your AC system is going to be bad for your overall comfort. That is why poor air quality is such a big problem. But that is also why it should come as good news that our team has helpful solutions to clean up your home’s air.
How We Can Help Clean Up Your Home’s Air
Our team is happy to provide some highly effective system solutions to address your indoor air quality issues. Let’s look at three ways we can help boost your home comfort.
These are different than the filter that sifts out dust to prevent it from entering your HVAC system. These filtration systems sit in your ducts and capture dust from the airflow heading into your home, thereby providing you with cleaner air. Air filtration systems operate using a semi-permeable membrane to tackle your airborne contaminants.
Another system we can place within your ducts to combat indoor air trouble is an air purifier. These systems use electricity or UV light to combat airborne contaminants. This means those contaminants are either removed from the flow of air into the house or destroyed outright. These systems are especially great for anyone needing to combat mold growth or the spread of illness.
Did you know that your insulation plays a big role in your home comfort? Insulation can not only prevent heat transfer, thereby helping keep your home cooler, but it can also prevent dust and other debris from getting into your home as well. We can help with installing and keeping up your home’s insulation.
When you need help achieving the optimal comfort level in your home, our team is here to help.