When we think of air comfort in our Jacksonville, FL house, we often jump to the actual “air temperature” first, completely forgetting about disregarding another vital thing that drives people wanting to have Indoor Air Quality. You have to imagine the buildup of old air circulating through your house, dirty ductwork, and the old odors sitting in there. These are the things that would make you want to wear a biohazard suit before entering your home.
Let us give you some pointers and ways to help reduce the pollutants plaguing your home’s air quality.
Bringing Back the Quality
A great natural way to better circulate the air in your household is by allowing the natural world to help you with it. Potted plants are natural air filters, absorbing many of the pollutants found in a house. Another easy way of having nature integrated into your home is also quite simple, crack a window. Now, this may be tougher during the hotter times of the year, but try to take advantage when you can. Opening a window or two will help bring in the new, fresh air and pull out some of the old. You will be surprised to feel how clean and crisp the air feels.
This should go without saying, but routine cleaning will help alleviate the odor of your house’s interior. If this odor is left, it can severely reduce the comfort you will have in your home. Merely vacuuming the floor can help freshen the scent of your house, and make for a more livable interior. Another reason to clean is to reduce the dust and dander present therein, as this material can lead to a severe allergic reaction and lead to the very air around you to cause you pain.
A/C Unit Quality
The current state and quality of pieces incorporated in your a/c unit can have something to play in your indoor air quality. If they are not up to snuff, and not working correctly, then your unit cannot provide the best possible air. This can be as simple as changing out your air filter, or a more in-depth cleaning or replacement of parts.
When it comes to indoor air quality Jacksonville FL, Buehler Air Conditioning has you covered.