Can Running My AC Improve My Air Quality?
Do you know that running your air conditioner can help improve the quality of your indoor air? It’s true! When the AC runs, it removes excess humidity from the air. This is really important because high concentrations of moisture in poorly ventilated spaces can lead to mold growth and dust mites. The best part is that it only takes about 30 minutes for an AC unit to remove up to 60% of moisture from a room! So if you’re feeling stuffy, crank up the A/C and enjoy all those benefits.
How An AC works?
The best way to cool your home in hot weather is with an air conditioner. This machine works like magic! It takes the outside air, filters it through a series of fans and pitchers before sending out a clean conditioned breeze into whatever room you have set up as its target destination – all while looking sleekly modern on any wall or window sill inside those four walls meant for operation purposes only.
Air conditioners are the best way to keep your home cool, and they make it possible for you to live in a dry place. Not only do air con units remove moisture from inside their environments but also with those potential contaminants we talked about before—they pull water-soluble particles that get into our homes!
This means less humidity–which helps avoid illness due diseases like mold or bacteria growth which thrive on high levels of wetness – as well as better indoor air quality since these small particles will circulate around all day long without drying out too quickly (since there’s no need).
One of the most important parts in your air conditioning system is a filter. Without this vital component, it can’t do as good a job cleaning up for you and will start to show its age over time if not maintained or replaced regularly with new filters from manufacturer recommendations every summer season (once per month).
If there’s one thing we know about keeping our homes cool during hot months at home – especially those nasty ones like August where temperatures may reach 110F-plus outside! Make sure that when installing an AC unit don’t forget about its importance by ensuring easy access cleanings so they stay effective all year long.
How To Improve Your AC’s Performance?
One way to keep your AC running in tip-top shape for as long as possible is cleaning or having cleaned the evaporator coil at least once a year. You can check on how it’s doing every time you change your filter as well, which will enable you to know whether more frequent care is needed than what is standardly needed depending of course from circumstance (elevation). The cleaner air conditioner’s coils are; that means they’ll be running better!
Tightening the ducts in your attic can help to circulate clean air throughout your home. Plus, it’ll make for better insulation!
A lot of people think that they’re wasting energy when their AC kicks on because there’s a constant flow from one room into another; but by having these parts regularly cleaned and examined – not only does this fix any clogged up pathways which would result accordingly high utility bills (not just today!)- But also helps keep allergens at bay too so everyone stays healthy during those hot summer months or cold winter nights.
Are You Worried About Your Indoor Air Quality?
Superior Mechanical Services, Inc. began in 1948 as a family-owned business with a vision to provide value-minded service with a down-to-earth approach to customers throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Your home’s heating and air conditioning system play a significant role in the overall comfort of your household. It can represent 40% or more on your utility bill, so it is important to have a professional and experienced contractor who understands what your home needs to keep you safe and comfortable! Our team specializes in installing the most sophisticated filtration and humidification systems available. We can recommend a system that’s right for your home, as well as the installation of air cleaners/filters along with cleaning services whenever needed! Contact us today for amazing service tomorrow!