An HVAC system’s job is to regulate the temperatures and quality of indoor air. As a homeowner, you rely on your unit’s ability to do its job. But how do you know if your indoor air quality is the best it could be?
Filters, filters, and more filters!
Your HVAC system is constantly cycling the air within your home. All of the air that passes through your unit also goes through an air filter. Your air filter is in charge of catching any airborne particles that could be harmful to you and your HVAC unit. One of the most important parts of HVAC maintenance as an owner is to change your air filters every month. This simple task will ensure an optimal level of protection. HEPA air filters are specially designed to remove at least 99.97% of airborne particles. That’s some clean air!
Air purifiers are specifically designed to rid the air in a room from contaminants. The technology is popular among people who have allergies or health conditions that make their respiratory system sensitive. An air purifier uses thermodynamic sterilization, ultraviolet germicidal irradiation, a filter, and other carefully developed systems to clean the air in the space where it has been installed.
In order to ensure the highest quality of indoor air, you should always remember your basic HVAC maintenance practices. For more help with indoor air quality and overall HVAC maintenance, contact Comfort Services today!