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Coughing, allergies and bio growth, oh my!

If you’ve loaded down your house with tissue boxes, Benedryll, and cough suppressant , but you haven’t had luck fighting off bacteria, allergies, and bio growth in your HVAC system, don’t worry – you still have options.

1. Increase Air Circulation
Increasing air circulation inside your home can address several indoor air quality (IAQ) issues, including:

Dusty air
Stuffy air
Uneven temperatures

2. Check Your HVAC Filters
Your HVAC system’s filter can negatively affect indoor air quality in two ways if not handled properly:

By reducing airflow
By neglecting to catch harmful particulates
Your HVAC filter’s job is to remove dust, debris, and allergens from the air circulating throughout your home.

3. Schedule Regular Maintenance for Your HVAC System

Although maintenance primarily ensures that your system is operating safely, scheduling regular maintenance for your HVAC system can also help improve indoor air quality.

When an HVAC technician services your system, they don’t just check for issues with your system. An HVAC maintenance appointment – whether it’s a tune-up for your air conditioner or heat pump, it also includes cleaning.

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