Your home’s heating and cooling system is responsible for keeping your family warm and cool when you need it. In fact, HVAC systems account for about 48% of the energy use in a typical U.S. home, but there is more to your unit than just heating and cooling.
Along with keeping your home at a perfect temperature, your unit is responsible for keeping your home’s indoor humidity levels stable. Unfortunately, there are plenty of different factors that can get in the way of this that can cause your home to feel uncomfortable.
There are a couple of ways to improve your home’s indoor air quality levels. Read on to learn more!
There are plenty of different ways a homeowner can improve the indoor air quality of their home. If you are looking for some additional tips and tricks on how to make your home’s indoor air quality more comfortable, please call our professionals today!