You do your best to manage indoor comfort in your Dalton, Georgia, home. However, pesky airborne pollutants can do a number on your health and housekeeping efforts. Most airborne contaminants are small and even microscopic, and so, they can easily get indoors. We offer products that effectively clean the air and help you to conquer indoor allergens throughout the year.
Air Filters Capture Indoor Allergens
Your HVAC system’s air filter does its job when it traps allergens and debris. However, it cannot remove particles if it is clogged or dirty. Regularly checking and replacing dirty air filters should always be on your list when it comes to HVAC maintenance. At Dalton Heating & Air, we stock a variety of air cleaners that effectively trap and destroy indoor allergens and microscopic particles.
Dust and Vacuum Regularly
One of the easiest ways to improve your indoor air quality is to clean your home thoroughly and to do so regularly. It’s natural to focus on furnishings, but don’t forget the blinds, ceiling fans and window frames. It’s also a good idea to have a regular schedule for vacuuming around your home. Remember to clean the vacuum’s filter and empty the bag or container once it’s full so allergens don’t re-enter your home.
Pay Attention to Indoor Humidity
Changes in your home’s humidity level can take a toll on those with allergies. If the humidity is too high, it can lead to the formation and spread of harmful spores and fungi. Consider purchasing a portable or whole-home dehumidifier. When the indoor humidity level is too low, a humidifier will help to maintain ideal indoor air quality. Your HVAC system can go a long way toward helping you manage indoor air quality and keeping allergens at bay. However, this will only be possible if you keep up with regular maintenance. If it’s been a while since your last tune up contact Dalton Heating & Air today at 706-619-2799. We’re always happy to provide solutions that make indoor comfort simple.
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