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How to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality in Summer

December 14, 2015

I know it might seem strange talking about air-conditioning systems in winter, but actually now is the best time to install AC as you can get good discounts, instead of doing it during the season.

Summertime and the living is easy. At least, it should be, but allergies, hay fever, and asthma can all be aggravated by high humidity and poor outdoor air quality. A home with air conditioning can provide a cool retreat from the heat, but it’s important to ensure that the air you’re breathing indoors isn’t just as bad as the outdoor air you’ve escaped. Household cleaners, pet hair, dust mites, mold, and old air filters can cause health conditions that range from irritating to actually dangerous. Even so-called air purifiers can contribute to the problem by increasing the amount of ozone in the air.

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Fortunately, there are easy ways to make your home an oasis of excellent air quality. Find out simple methods to “green” your home and help cut down on indoor air pollutants, as well as reduce the possibility of toxic mold in an easy-to-read infographic. You can also increase the efficiency of your air conditioning through regular cleaning and service, saving you both money and worry.

Summer may be a time for you to take it easy, but it’s also the time your air conditioning system works the hardest. Take a few minutes to make sure everything’s in tip-top shape before the temperatures start to climb by scheduling a visit from an HVAC professional. You, and your family, will breathe easier for it. In the meantime, keep reading to see how you can take charge of your indoor air quality and enjoy your summer even more.

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January 7, 2016 at 5:27 pm

Thank you, Jamie, for stopping by! Yes, definitely – sometimes we might not even notice the dust – especially if it is on the top of the cupboards and wardrobes, but it definitely does effect the quality of air we breathe.

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