The impact of the indoor air quality in your home is something that a lot of people overlook. However, poor air quality can come in many different forms - from chemicals, dust, pet dander and mold spores - and affect your quality of life.
Often the key to clean air lies in your home’s ability to filter out the pollutants. Outside factors such as water leakage and higher levels of pet dander and other pollutants can impede on your system’s ability to keep your air clean. To help keep pollutants at bay, there are small changes you can do regularly like don’t smoke in your home, wash your pets regularly, and keep houseplants in your home that are good for naturally cleaning the air such as English Ivy.
Air quality testing is a great way to determine if your inside air is having a negative impact on the health of those living inside the home. DIY air quality kits are available for sale, or you can hire a professional HVAC expert to thoroughly test your interior air quality.Contact Us
There are key steps you can take to limit the amount of pollutants that enter your home’s air:
an in-duct air purification system.
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Your AC system has two condensation drains. The primary one should flow continuously when your system is running normal, but can become clogged. When this happens, the secondary drain kicks in. This is typically a PVC pipe just barely sticking out over a window seal. If you notice water dripping from here, you should immediately address your AC system before it causes major water damage!
Make sure to change your filters monthly so that your system can function correctly. By doing this, you can extend the life of your furnace, improve your indoor air quality, and reduce your energy bills!
Is your HVAC system 10 years old or older? That’s usually when you begin to see problems and notice the system performance to decline. An older system that isn’t running efficiently anymore can cause costly energy bills.
Winterize your home – you’ll be happy you did! By insulating exposed and shallow water pipes, it can prevent bursting pipes when freezing weather hits.
If you have cast iron drain pipes in your home or business, don’t waste your money on pouring drain cleaners down the drain! Cast iron pipes corrode and close up over time. Until you replace your old cast iron drains, its best to have them cleaned with a sewer machine.
Is your water bill unreasonably high? Check to see if your toilets are running even when they’re not being used. If that’s the case, give us a call to come make sure you don’t have a water leak in another place!