So far, the weather outside is not so frightful. However, as we delve deeper into the cold winter months, you may be bracing yourself for the higher heating bills more typical of winter. Plus, you may also be one of the millions of people that suffer from winter allergies that lead to headaches, congestion, sinus problems, sore throats, and other symptoms. You can tackle both of these issues with a simple addition to your current heating system.
Improve Air Quality
Air Scrubbers and High-Efficiency Filter Media remove dirt, dust, and debris from the air that circulates through the ducts throughout your home. Not only can dirt and dust build-up within the air in the house, but bacteria can also become a problem despite the lower temperatures. Mildew and mold especially thrive in dark, damp, hidden places within your home. All of these invaders can reduce the quality of your indoor air, leading to all kinds of problems and activating seasonal allergies.
But, there is no need to feel helpless. You can help stop the invasion of contaminants in your space with one of these proven air quality improvements. During your regular maintenance appointment, our technicians can determine which solution can optimize your winter air comfort.
Reduce Allergy Symptoms
Many people suffer from bothersome winter allergies, often characterized by congestion, a sore throat, and headaches. If the quality of the air in your home is poor, it will only continue to exacerbate your symptoms, causing them to flare up more often.
Take notice of whether your symptoms tend to ease up when you leave your home. If the answer is yes, that may be a sign that your indoor air quality could use improvement. Our technicians can recommend ways to help remove pet dander, dust, dirt, mold, and other pollutants that may be causing irritation from your home. After we work our magic, you and your family will immediately benefit from breathing the cleaned and refreshed air in your home this winter.
Improve HVAC Efficiency and Reduce Costs
When dirt and dust build-up in the HVAC system, this impedes airflow and causes a reduction in efficiency. When your HVAC system can’t operate efficiently, it will need more energy to heat the air and distribute it throughout the home. This results in a higher energy bill as your system works harder to keep you comfortable.
Prolong the Lifespan of Your HVAC System
Your HVAC system is an investment, comprised of mechanical components and specialized technology that is certainly not cheap. Repair and replacement of failed parts can be expensive as well. Allowing dirt, dust, and debris to build-up in any part of your system could mean prematurely repairing or replacing these components that are undergoing excessive wear and tear.
Your HVAC system needs regular maintenance just like your car in order to best perform its job. We recommend having your entire system professionally cleaned twice per year. If it’s been too long since your last system cleaning or you feel that your air quality could use improvement, call MSCO: (757) 427-0016.