If you’ve ever wondered if there is a connection between your HVAC system and having a bloody nose, wonder no more. Our Arizona desert is well known for its lack of humidity, but if our homes aren’t properly ventilated, the air inside can be just as bad, if not worse, than the air outside. Poor indoor air quality and low humidity can cause or contribute to the development of dry and cracked skin, respiratory infections, asthma, and nosebleeds.
Controlling these health problems before they start, with humidifiers and clean indoor air, as well as appropriate ventilation with clean, fresh air, can reduce the number of nosebleeds you or family members experience. Mucous membranes in the nose and throat dry out, making you more susceptible to colds and respiratory illnesses. Adding humidity to a dry house or balancing the amount of humidity in your home can reduce nosebleeds and other, more serious health problems.
If your HVAC unit is running efficiently, it works to create an environment that keeps the air inside your home healthier and cleaner. A properly functioning HVAC system can help reduce indoor allergens that irritate your nose and throat in part by maintaining a consistent indoor environment free from external, airborne irritants.
A whole house Humidification System can help increase the comfort of your home and allow you to breathe easier once John’s identifies any air quality problems inside your home and resolves them. Between proper air balancing, duct sealing, using the correct filter, and making sure humidity levels are healthy, you can prevent pollen and other allergens from getting in your house, significantly reducing allergies and asthma symptoms.
John’s Refrigeration will improve the air quality in your home by taking a holistic approach because we understand how your home, duct system, and A/C system work together to improve your health. Stop nosebleeds before they start and Just call John’s.