The transition from summer to fall isn’t just about going back to school. It also means shorter days and more time spent indoors. Now is the perfect time to start thinking about your indoor air quality and the different steps you can take to improve it.
Change Your Filters
The fastest, easiest and, often, cheapest solution to improved indoor air quality is making sure that your home air filters are changed regularly. Depending on your home, system, and type of filter, this can be every 1-3 months. Set a recurring reminder in your phone and mark the date changed in marker on the filter. This will help you stay on top of the problem and also make sure you are keeping your home healthy!
This time of year is the perfect time to let the outside air in! It’s finally cool enough most nights that you may not need to run our system at all. Open up a few windows and let the fresh air in! Not only will you save a little by not running your system but the fresh air will help flush out indoor air pollution and tainted humid air that might have been building up.
Maintain your System
A well-maintained system is operating at its most efficient and keeping your home comfortable. If you haven’t had your system serviced in a while, give us a call! We’re happy to send one of our techs out to make sure your system is doing everything it can for you! Make a service appointment today, call 757-623-6600.