The Best Way To Keep Indoor Air Quality High

Allergy season is here, making your indoor air quality more important than you realize. Though you might be sneezing and sniffling outside, you don’t want to be doing the same inside. To ensure you are always breathing fresh and clean air follows these five below tips: 

Clean Often

Dust and pet dander in the springtime can increase, and with it can come some pretty poor indoor air quality. To help keep allergies at bay now is the season to clean and vacuum more often, By doing so, you’ll also ensure your HVAC system is staying cleaner, too.

Keep Windows Shut

You don’t have to live with them shut all spring and summer long, but you do want to ensure that they are closed on high pollen days.

Utilize Your AC

Excessive humidity can lead to mold growth, which is horrible for your air quality and your health. On humid or high pollen days, use your AC. It can help fight humidity, filter your air, and provide you with an even temperature without. 

Change Your Air Filters

Just using your AC isn’t enough, you’ll also want to ensure it’s clean and ready to protect you from dirt and debris. Changing your air filters regularly can help filter out air as it should while keeping your indoor air quality high.

Get Your Ductwork Clean

Mold and mildew in your air ducts can be dangerous to your health, making it vital to keep up with maintenance. Not only that, ignoring your air ducts and not getting them looked at or repaired can lead to a system breakdown, too. 

To schedule your next HVAC tuneup, contact the Salt Lake City HVAC experts at Scott Hale today!