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What in the world does pet dander have to do with your HVAC system? More than you may think, actually. In fact, you can’t have any conversation about indoor air quality without mentioning your heating and cooling system.
If your home has ductwork and vents, then it’s circulating air throughout your home.
The summer’s an excellent time to enjoy the great outdoors. But, if you don’t improve your indoor air quality, your home will be much less comfortable (or healthy) than if you were outside.
Believe it or not, the air outside is much likely cleaner than the air inside your home. You may think that’s not the case with all the outdoor pollution and climate concerns we hear about all the time.
Portable Dehumidifiers Vs. Whole-House Solutions For York, PA Homes
Dehumidification is an essential part of your home comfort — and indoor air quality — in the summer. When you control the amount of moisture in the air, you feel cooler and breathe better. You’ll also help preserve wallpaper, wood furniture, and other items in your home.
The best relative humidity for your home is between 40 and 60 percent at any time of year. But, in the winter, it’s very easy for the levels to slip well below that window. A whole-house humidifier can make a huge difference in terms of comfort and health in your York, PA home.
Flu season is always nasty. But now, the stakes seem higher. With all the focus on viruses and their transmission, thinking about your indoor quality for the winter is essential. And, your heating and cooling system can play a role in keeping you safe and healthy.
The weather has a lot to do with why more people get sick in the winter than in the summer.