The indoor air quality in your home should be pure and clean. However, pollutants can accumulate within your HVAC components such as air filters, ducts, and vents, Continue reading to learn how to improve the indoor air quality in your residential property.
Routinely Change Your Air Filters
Air filters are responsible for maintaining your indoor air quality by decreasing pollutants that circulate within your home’s air vents. Many pollutants and allergens can accumulate over time, negatively affecting the indoor air quality in your home. Experts recommend you check and replace your air filter at least once a month.
Clean Your Air Ducts
Your air ducts are responsible for moving air from your HVAC system throughout your home while maintaining a set temperature. If your air ducts aren’t inspected or cleaned on a regular basis, they can spread pollutants that cause bad smells throughout your home, threatening your health, safety, and comfort.
Clean Air Vents Whenever Possible
Air vents are crucial because they are responsible for helping distribute air throughout your HVAC system. A dirty air vent can restrict airflow, reduce comfort levels, and force your HVAC to work harder. Dirty air vents are also an indicator that your air filter and/or air ducts are dirty. Looking to improve your air quality? Contact All Aspects Waterproofing today!
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