If you suffer from respiratory problems like asthma and allergies, an air filtration system might be what you need to improve your family’s health. Air filtration is often overlooked by many homeowners. But it is a simple solution to many issues found within the home.
A home’s HVAC system needs to have unrestricted air flow in order to work properly and efficiently. An air filtration system that is clogged with dust from your home is not filtering out the harmful pollutants found in just about every home. Since your a/c unit needs to breathe well in order to keep you and your family breathing well, it’s best to take the simple actions needed to make sure you are comfortable in your home.
Remember to replace your air filter every month. Replacing the air filter allows your HVAC unit to run correctly. Clogged filters can lead to an overworked system that requires replacing sooner than necessary. A new unit can mean an expense that most homeowners simply cannot afford. If you have an electrostatic air filter, clean it once a month to optimize airflow. Electrostatic air filters don’t need to be replaced – just cleaned regularly – which saves you money, too.
Additionally, your home might be a great candidate for the installation of a whole-home air filtration system. A whole-home air filtration system cleans the air in your home by removing the particulates that often cause respiratory distress. When the air in your home is cleaner, you can breathe cleaner, healthier air. Some of the particulate matter that can be found in your home includes dust, smoke, pollen, animal dander, tobacco smoke, particles generated from combustion appliances such as ovens, and particles associated with tiny organisms like dust mites and bacteria.
If you would like to have your home checked to see how you can improve the air your family breathes every day, Just Call John’s.